- A young Ghanaian lady identified as Nana Ama Lydia has died
- Nana Ama was reported dead in June 2020
- Details of her demise have not been made public but her photos have stirred heart-breaking tributes from her loved ones
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Heart-breaking photos of a bubbly Ghanaian lady, Nana Ama Lydia, who has been reported dead have evoked devastating tributes from her family and loved ones.
In a recent post shared by Kofi TV, Nana Ama was confirmed dead in June 2020 along with her a heart-breaking message.
While details of the cause of her demise was not shared along with the young vibrant lady’s photos, news of her demise has left her friends and family utterly shattered.
In some of the sad images that have been shared on social media, Nana Ama Lydia, was pictured in photos with Disc Jockey and Hitz FM presenter, Andy Dosty and some other colleagues.
YEN.com.gh first sighted the images after Kofi TV shared Ama’s images on Facebook to announce her death.
''Nana Ama (Lydia) you were there to support Kofi TV when we were one year old.
MAY GOD GIVE you a resting place. RIP. Your news is a shock,’’ the post read.
The heart-wrenching news of Ama's death has gathered devastating tributes from some media colleagues and her pals online.
Dave Bright sadly wrote: ''You've broken my heart into shreds today. Till we meet again... Goodbye my wife. Teary-eyed! ♂.''
Maame Abena also said: ''Ama, you death has sent shock waves across online. Your friends have are heartbroken.''
''May God keep you rested,'' John Dee said.
YEN.com.gh recently reported that a Twitter user with handle name @_SegoMogorosi has erupted emotions with a soul-touching letter her 70-year-old grandmother allegedly left behind prior to her demise.
According to @_SegoMogorosi, her grandmother Eva Mabena, wrote her final letter to God before her death.
In the letter she shared on her Twitter handle, 70-year-old Eva Mabena, thanked God for the strength of surviving Diabetes and High blood pressure for so many years.
Eva Mabena indicated that with God’s help she was able to cope with Diabetes which helped her to single-handedly raise her children.
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