Beatrice Quaynor: Brilliant Ghanaian entrepreneur & law graduate goes missing

Beatrice Quaynor: Brilliant Ghanaian entrepreneur & law graduate goes missing

- Beatrice Quaynor, an ambitious Ghanaian businesswoman and graduate of Law has reportedly gone missing

- She was last spotted in a black long dress when she boarded a taxi with registration number AS 7104 S from Weija Barrier to East Legon

- Beatrice is tall and light-skinned with a small mark on her forehead

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Beatrice Quaynor, the Director of Communications and Public Relations of Apex Plus Solutions Limited has reportedly gone missing around East Legon in Accra.

Reports indicate that the ambitious woman was last spotted in a black long dress when she boarded a taxi with registration number AS 7104 S from Weija Barrier to East Legon.

Beatrice is tall and light-skinned with a small mark on her forehead as some of the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh have shown. Anyone has seen her or know her whereabouts could report to the nearest police station or contact: 0267600001/0592889986.

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See photos of the talented Ghanaian woman below:

Beatrice Quaynor has vast knowledge and experience in the areas of Public Relations, Journalism and Hospitality. This she acquired from her work experiences with various media houses and hospitality outfits.

She also holds an LLB from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Relations from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, a degree in French from the Universite Lumiere Lyon2 in France and a Diploma in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

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In other news, the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has assured Ghanaians in his address to the nation on March 27, 2020, that importation of COVID-19 has stopped.

Indeed, after the spike in coronavirus cases in Ghana that were recorded among new persons who returned to Ghana from different countries and were put in quarantine, no other imported case of COVID-19 has been reported.

It would be recalled that by the morning of March 26, 2020, the total number of cases of the deadly coronavirus increased drastically to 132 as 78 cases in total were confirmed among people in mandatory quarantine after returning to Ghana.

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