Last words of Penciled Celebrity, Stay Ray Styles before his death with a fan who contributed to his donations towards his treatment at the Apollo Hospital in New Delhi, India revealed.
The young man, before his death, was a very talented artist and painter who made portraits and paintings of mainly celebrities – the reason why he earned the name Pencil Celebrities.
He made paintings for the First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo, President Akufo-Addo himself, and other celebrities, including Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku, Bola Ray, just to mention a few.
Ray’s health condition became public in the month of August 2020, sparking a nationwide campaign for a donation toward his surgery.
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Rebecca Akufo Addo donated a sum of $20,000 (GHc115,577.86) toward the surgery. It was announced that the total sum required for his treatment was £40,000 (GHc305,342.84).
Ray Styles, known in real life as Emmanuel Apraku, died sadly on October 1, 2020 in India. He had been on admission at the Apollo Hospital in New Delhi in that country.
His final words before his death as recorded in a conversation he had with a friend have been released, proving that Ray had hopes to recover from his ailment and live life again.
In the chat, Ray had sent a message to the friend asking if he saw his condition as announced in the media.
The friend responded in the affirmative and added that he even made a contribution toward his surgery. Ray thanked the friend and asked for God’s blessings for him for the contribution.
He then wrote in capital letters: “WE SHALL DO IT. I THINK MY STORY WILL ELEVATE….”
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