Christian Ali: Man who slipped into coma a day after his traditional wedding dies 6 days later

Christian Ali: Man who slipped into coma a day after his traditional wedding dies 6 days later

- A Nigerian man has passed away a few days after his traditional wedding

- The man identified as Christian Ali had reportedly gone into a coma a day after his wedding

- Ali who reportedly died six days after he went into a coma was said to have been taken to the hospital after complaining of a headache

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A Nigerian man identified as Christian Ali, who was planning to say his vows with the love of his life, has reportedly passed away after a series of tragic events. The man was said to have gone into a coma before he died.

YEN.com.gh came across the tragic story after it was shared on Facebook by a friend of the deceased, Ezema Chekwube.

Chekwube revealed that the deceased had gone into a coma on Saturday, November 30, a day after his traditional wedding on Friday, November 29.

Comatose

Man who slipped into coma a day after his traditional wedding dies 6 days later Source: Ezema Chekwube
Source: UGC

According to Chekwube, his friend had gone to the hospital after the ceremony when he complained of experiencing a severe headache. At the hospital, he slipped into a coma the next day.

Chekwube revealed that six days after he went into a coma, Ali passed away on Friday, December 6. The Facebook user wished his friend a peaceful rest in his post.

Comatose

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recently that Esi Quarshie, a female Ghanaian nurse had died together with two other persons following an accident at Juaso near Konongo in the Ashanti region.

Esi Quarshie and the two other unidentified men were reportedly involved in a ghastly car crash on November 21, 2019.

YEN.com.gh first sighted the story when a social media user shared a photo in a Facebook page to mourn her.

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