- Bola Ray has finally broken his silence following the death of his executive assistant
- The CEO of EIB Network revealed that he is still struggling to come to terms with the fact that she is no more
- Laillah-Crystal Banda reportedly died on Valentine's Day, Friday, February 14, 2020
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The CEO of EIB Network, Bola Ray has finally broken silence following the death of his executive assistant, Laillah-Crystal Banda.
The renowned media personality served as the coordinator for Bola Ray’s Revealed Show.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Laillah, who was the coordinator of Bola Ray reportedly died on Valentine's Day, Friday, February 14, 2020.
Reports indicate that she died after battling a short illness.
Commenting on her death after days, Bola said he was still in shock over her painful demise.
''It has taken me days to find the right words to process your exit. I have struggled to come to terms with the fact that you are no more. Valentine's Day will never be the same again, not that any other day would've sufficed. I was never ready for your exit Crystal.
Nothing could have prepared me for this. I am numb and still in total disbelief. I do however know that my heart aches and that I, my family, EIB, Empire, and your countless friends have lost a real one. Yours was a life passionately and selflessly lived. Forever in our hearts,'' Bola Ray wrote
Laillah Crystal Banda’s death has left some social media users in utter shock after her images were shared online.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that in an outpouring of emotions owing to the joys of motherhood, Ghanaian actress Nana McBrown, recounted how she safely gave birth to her first daughter Maxin Mawusi in 2019.
The on-screen TV personality narrated how she received extra attention and care from doctors and nurses at the hospital she delivered her beautiful princess.
Nana Ama McBrown sat for an interview with Stacy Amoateng on her ‘Restoration show’ and shared the story about how she safely delivered her baby, Maxin Mawusi Mensah last year.
Amid a mixed outpouring of catharsis, the ‘Macbrown Kitchen’ show host, noted that childbirth is an experience every woman must go through to see the greatness of God.
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