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owned by billionaire businessman, issues an official statement in response to the death of a female clubber who was rumored to have died as a result of electrocution.

The club, Hustle & Bustle, consoles the deceased’s family while clearly debunking the late client’s claim of electrocution.

The client died after stumbling on the club’s premises, according to a statement released by the management.

“1. On the 14th of November 2021, a dear customer, whilst leaving our premises, tripped and fell and this led to her painful and untimely death.

2. Owing to this tragedy, our management reached a decision to shut down our business so as to adequately mourn the deceased, and also allow the police unfettered access to conduct their investigations.

3. On that fateful morning, the deceased after leaving the club, was happily playing around with her friends, when she made a slight run, tripped and fell down a few meters to the car park and became unconscious. Sadly, she passed on, on their way to the hospital,” the statement reads in part.

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See the statement below:

In other news, Ghanaian electrifying music duo, R2Bees, have explained why they have refused to do media interviews.

Despite the release of successful singles and albums over the years, the music pair Mugeez and Omar Sterling are recognized as Ghana’s greatest hip hop singers and have managed to keep away from the cameras of media companies.

Many people assume that nothing is known or heard about the two other than their wonderful songs…… Continue reading

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