The 37-year old nurse who was murdered at Ayoum, a suburb in Kuamsi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has been laid to rest on Saturday, February 15.
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The funeral was attended by hundreds of sympathizers and mourners who joined the family of the deceased to bid her her farewell.
According to report by Citi News the ceremony was a solemn one.
The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association and other 13 bodies within the nursing profession were there to also pay their last respect to the late nurse.
President of Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association, Perpetual Ofori Ampofo in their tribute to their former colleague asked government to work at improving the security of nurses and the general Ghanaian populace.
“We are all very much dismayed about the whole issue that is happening. We are united in one voice and all that we are saying is we need justice. Today, we have a husband having to be a single parent to take of three children. We do not want this to happen again,” said.
Ruth Eshun was found dead a few metres from her house at Sewua in the Bosomtwe District on Tuesday, February 4, 2020.
She left behind a husband, Kweku Arhin and three children. They have been married for 11-years.
So far the police have arrested one person in connection to the murder. The police say a phone was found at the scene of the crime and was traced too the suspect.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that in a unique style of majesty, Kennedy Osei Asante, walked down the aisle to his wedding in wait to tie the knot with his bride-to-be Tracy Ameyaw.
Amid a pageantry of horses and luxurious cars, the current General Manager of Despite Media Group arrived at his wedding in style.
Kennedy decided on a mix of modern cars and medieval means of transport to his wedding as horses matched ahead of his luxury ceding car.
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