- Akua Nyarko Osei, a female Ghanaian nurse has died after falling sick briefly
- The late nurse was a registered with the Ghana Health Service
- Photos and tributes about the deceased have been shared online following her demise
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In a rather unfortunate twist, a female Ghanaian nurse identified as Akua Nyarko Osei, has left family and friends in a state of complete distress following her sudden demise.
YEN.com.gh has sighted heart-breaking photos of Akua Nyarko Osei, a former registered nurse of the Ghana Health Service following her death.
This followed several posts and tributes from friends and loved ones which have dominated social media.
While details about the cause of death are yet to be known, friends of the beautiful Ghanaian nurse have already expressed how much they miss her.
Clynnis Agyapong first shared photos on social media along with a caption.
''Nyarko Osei-Bonsu for what you have done to me I will say nothing to you ɔdɔ, so your 3 days call to me wanting us to meet at Rawlings park for shopping was a fare thee well message?eiii so whom do I ask for directions when am lost in Kumasi? Ahhh Akua Owuo tsir mu yɛ sum papa,my Daaba Queen mother you did this to Malopia? may heaven receive you....#RIP.''
''Akua Nyarko Osei-Bonsu I have new funny videos please reply my messages on WhatsApp lemme send to you sis ... death why ?????,'' Paakwesi Amaning Buabeng said in a Facebook post to mourn her late friend.
Nyarko Osei's friends from the UK have also sent in their condolences.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported a determined young single mother who is set to graduate from the university with a degree has inspired with her unique story of how she completed a 4-year degree programme in three years.
In a recent post on social media, the single mother of one, revealed that her quest to pursue higher educational heights was met with setbacks from her previous school.
The unidentified lady revealed her former principal from high school demotivated her from taking strides towards attaining a degree.
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