- A female teacher, Pearl Sedinam Lulu, has been reported dead on the eve of her wedding
- Lulu who is from Hohoe died on Friday, July 5, 2019, ahead of her wedding to Mawufemor Kosi Wampah the next day
YEN.com.gh apologises to the management of Sky Plus Hotel in Ho for our report which stated that a young lady had died at the hotel on the eve of her wedding.
Our attention has been drawn by the hotel's management to the fact that no such incident happened in their hotel as we earlier published.
We, therefore, apologise profusely for any harm done to the hotel and also to our readers for the false information.
As published earlier from Hohoe in the Volta region, Pearl Sedinam Lulu mysteriously passed away just a few hours to her wedding on Saturday, July 6, 2019.
Lulu, a teacher by profession, was scheduled to have a white wedding with her partner, Mawufemor Kosi Wampah in Ho following a traditional ceremony on Friday, July 5, in Hohoe.
PrimeNewsghana.com reported that upon their arrival in Ho, the couple decided to lodge at a hotel on their wedding eve but she died at the Hotel.
It is not clear what might have caused Lulu's untimely and sudden death but other reports on social media suggest the teacher who had visited Accra to have her hair done had complained of a headache on her way to the Volta region.
Lulu is said to have completed St. Teresa’s College of Education in 2016 and taught for only three years.
The death of Lulu happens to be the second such incident of Ghanaian bride dying before her wedding which has gone viral.
It will be recalled that Esaaba Arhinful Morgue, a beautiful Ghanaian banker, has left family and friends heartbroken after she died just hours to her wedding.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the deceased was a staff of Zenith Bank's branch in Winneba, died on the morning Saturday, February 9, 2019, the day she was supposed to get married.
According to a wedding invitation sighted by YEN.com.gh, Esaaba was to marry Eric Kojo Bosu Simpson at the Sacred Heart Catholic Mission House in Winneba.
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