Late veteran actor, Mac Jordan Amartey, who passed on July 5, 2018 at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra, has been laid to rest.
The forecourt of the Statehouse in Accra on Saturday, September 8, 2018 saw family, friends, industry players et al pay their last respects to the fallen hero.
Popularly known as Sugar Daddy, his funeral as veteran actors gathered were not happy with the overall attendance of the celebrated actor.
For instance, actress, Gloria Sarfo, was shocked at the attendance after she came to pay her farewell to the late actor.
President Of Ghana’s Actors Guild, Sam Fiscian, was equally shocked as he tasked actors and actresses to support each other in times of this and also encouraged them to love each other.
“How will the family feel with this low turnout for our brother?” he asked.
Present at the burial were Grace Omaboe, Fred Amugi, Gloria Sarfo, Ghana Actor’s Guild Executives and President, Sam Fiscian, Louis Saah among others.
Mac Jordan Amartey died at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital on Thursday, 5 July, 2018 while on admission.
He acted in the 90s hit TV series “Idikoko” and other TV theatre productions.
He was also known for Black Star 2 (2006), The Returnee (1995) and Victim of Love 2 (1998)