Nana Ama: Funeral details of pretty Legon student who died of heart attack pop up

Nana Ama: Funeral details of pretty Legon student who died of heart attack pop up

- The final funeral rites of Nana Ama Owusu-Nyantah has been announced

- According to information available, Nana Ama will be buried on Saturday, October 5, 2019

- Nana Ama died of heart attack some weeks ago

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The final funeral rites of Nana Ama Owusu-Nyantah, a level 400 of the University of Ghana has been announced.

Following her death, many social media users have been asking about the date for her funeral.

Now, the date has been announced according to information gathered by YEN.com.gh.

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Per the information, she will be buried on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Sunyani, behind St. Mary’s Preparatory school.

Some weeks ago, Ghanaians woke up to the sad news of the death of Nana Ama.

Many questions were asked as to the cause of Nana Ama’s sudden death.

Nana Ama Owusu-Nyantah: Final funeral details of the pretty Legon student who died of heart attack pop up

Nana Ama Owusu-Nyantah: Final funeral details of the pretty Legon student who died of heart attack pop up
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But information which went viral indicated that the late Nana Ama had told a friend that she was not feeling well moments before her death.

According to reports, Nana Ama complained to her friend that she was feeling some pains and a burning sensation in her chest.

The deceased had reportedly stated that she was going to visit a hospital after their lectures but it was not meant to be as she slumped and died later not long after class.

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