The late Bismark BEBLI, editor of the General Telegraph, who met his untimely death in a motor accident will be laid to rest this Saturday, March 11.
The funeral service for the late journalist would be held at the Sureway Assemblies of God Church in Kasoa, Central Region at 8:00am before his remains would be laid to rest at his home town at Whuti, Volta Region.
He is succeeded by a wife, Matilda Naa Ameley Bebli and triplets thus Kelvin Eklenam Bebli, Kezia Seyram Bebli and Kenneth Etornam Bebli.
Late Bebli, who turned 48 years on 13th January, 2017, died the same day after he was knocked down together with a policeman by an Urvan mini bus with registration number GE 8252-12 which occurred in front of the Kasoa police station.
He was rushed to the Justab Hospital in the area for prompt medical treatment before he was referred to the Kasoa Polyclinic where he was pronounced dead.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Matilda Bebli, wife of Late Bismark Bebli, has petitioned the Inspector General of Police, Mr. David Asante -Apeatu to investigate circumstances leading to the death of her husband.
Mrs. Bebli in the petition described late Bismark Bebli as her wedded husband who died as a result of carelessness and negligence of some police officers from the Kasoa police station.
Late Bismark Bebli was a trained teacher and a journalist of longstanding who had previously worked with a number of media outlets including the Chronicle, Daily Express and the Daily Star which he established in 2013.