- A young lady, Linda Wiafe Boateng, has passed away under heartbreaking circumstances
- Linda passed away on 4 July, exactly one week after her wedding in Kumasi
- The news of her passing has caused tears among her family and friends
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A young Ghanaian lady named Linda Wiafe Boateng has passed away leaving many friends and family in tears.
Linda, YEN.com.gh understands, passed away exactly one week after getting married in a beautiful wedding ceremony in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
According to information gathered by YEN.com.gh, Linda got married to her now-widowed husband on Saturday, 27 June.
She reportedly fell sick and complained of having a difficulty breathing two days after the wedding.
The husband, with the help of others, took her to a nearby clinic but she was later transferred to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
She could not recover and passed away on Saturday, 4 July, exactly one week after their wedding.
Funeral posters for Linda have emerged on social media giving details of how and when she will be laid to rest.
According to the poster, Linda will be laid in state at Dichemso in Kumasi on Saturday, 18 July.
She will later be laid to rest in a private ceremony at her hometown of Donyinah in the Ashanti region on the same day.
Following the news of Linda's passing, many of her friends and family have taken to social media to express their sadness.
Drum Major was very saddened:
Samuel described Linda's passing as a big blow:
Nana was teary:
Blessed prayed for Linda's soul:
As stated on her poster, Linda was 27 years old. She was a student of Grace Baptist University College and worked at Grace Baptist Church Cooperative Credit Union in Kumasi.
Linda's unfortunate fate is similar to that of Esaaba Arhinful Morgue, another financial institution worker who passed away recently.
Esaaba, then a staff of Zenith Bank's branch in Winneba, passed on the morning when she was supposed to have her wedding
She was billed to walk down the aisle with Eric Kojo Bosu Simpson at the Sacred Heart Catholic Mission House in Winneba.
It is not known what caused Esaaba's death, but information making the rounds on social media indicate that she was found lifeless in her room on the wedding day.
Ghanaian female accounting graduate and mushroom farmer recounts her experience:
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