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The wife of Ray Styles, Felicia Omari has finally spoken after the death of her husband. She shared an emotional video that is moving social media users to tears.

In the video, one can see the lovely couple all happy and merry. Parts of the video captured the last days of Emmanuel Apraku as he’s known in real life.

The video proved that their love was indeed ‘for better and for worse’

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Sharing an emotional video on her Facebook handle, Felicia wrote:

“No more pain, No more suffering, No more tears.

You prayed. We prayed. The world prayed and God listened.

I needed you, The world needed you but God needed you most!

Forever in my heart.

Rest well my love, until we meet again 🕊🕊🕊

Your most beautiful,

Nhyie”

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Emotional video of Ray Styles and his wife

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Here’s the last WhatsApp chats of Ray Styles

The Creative Director of Penciled Celebrities artist, Emmanuel Apraku, otherwise known as Ray has on Thursday, October 1, 2020, passed away after battling a liver disease for months. He died in India where he was flown for surgery.

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Announcing the demise of the talented young man on microblogging site, Twitter, a handler (@tailorMARIQUE) believed to be one of Ray’s close friends said: “He was doing well but unfortunately, we lost him”.

On August 20, 2020, First lady of the Republic of Ghana, Rebecca contributed an amount of $20,000 towards the treatment of the fast deteriorating health of the pencil artist.

One of the mediums used in raising money for the young Ghanaian pencil artiste, Gofundme, also exceeded its target for Ray to undergo the emergency surgery.

About Ray

The late Emmanuel Apraku was the owner of the beautiful pencil and acrylic drawings on social media.

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He owned Ray Styles Studios or PenciledCelebrities and had many paintings that highlighted societal abuse, including child abuse, marital violence, racism and so on.

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