- A 19-year-old SHS graduate, Priscilla Kwantwi, has died after bleeding from the nostrils
- She was said to have narrated how she was shot in the head in her dream
- The family and people of Fomena in the Ashanti Region have reacted sadly to her death
The sad death of a 19-year-old SHS graduate, Priscilla Kwantwi, popularly known as Obaa, has been narrated by her brother.
The death, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Mynewsgh.com, occurred on Wednesday, April 17, 2019, in the Ashanti Region.
The deceased had reportedly taken ill in the morning, complaining of severe headache.
She later started bleeding profusely in the nostrils, and was thus rushed to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi.
In narrating the incident, the brother of the deceased disclosed that his sister had told him of a nightmare she had in which someone shot her in the head.
The situation, the brother said, got worse after the narration and so they had to take her to the hospital.
“Her condition became worse when she started bleeding profusely from her nostrils, so we rushed her to KATH in Kumasi; she never recovered until her sudden death yesterday,” the brother reportedly said.
Her mother, Maame Afia, who is a shopkeeper in the Fomena Township, was said to have been stricken by grief and opted not to comment on the issue.
She could only say: “I leave this in the hands of God”.
Meanwhile, some townsfolk have expressed fear, disbelief, and sadness over the sudden death of Obaa.
They reportedly described her as a lively and healthy person, who did not show any signs of sickness prior to her death.
Though YEN.com.gh cannot say what exactly led to her death, the town people have blamed it on some witches they claim are in the deceased’s family.
YEN.com.gh would follow up on this development and update our cherished readers with new information as they come up.
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