- YEN.com.gh earlier reported on the death of a talented Ghanaian make-up artist
- She is reported to have died today, September 29, 2020, after a short illness
- Reports that have been gathered also revealed that she was a sickle cell patient
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News has gone viral on the death of a young but talented Ghanaian make-up artiste known in real life as Francisca Akosua Birikorang but known on social media as Cesca.
Following the rather unfortunate news, many of her very close friends took to social media to mourn her with one question on the lips of many of them - why so soon?
YEN.com.gh has made some checks to solicit for more information on Cesca from social media following her unfortunate demise.
Preliminary information gathered by YEN.com.gh has it that Cesca was a down to earth and made friends easily.
Unconfirmed checks have also revealed that Francisca Akosua Birikorang was around 24 years old when she died.
Born on December 5, Cesca was soon to celebrate her new age in 2020 but death was having none of that and laid its icy hands on her.
Photos of Francisca Akosua Birikorang sighted on her social media handles proved that she was full of life and could be described as a free-spirited young lady.
She completed university in 2019 and was looking forward to joining a huge firm where she could get the chance to put her education to good use.
YEN.com.gh is still trying to get into contact with family members of Francisca Akosua Birikorang so that we can get more information on her untimely passing.
Here are some more photos of Francisca that prove she was full of life
Meanwhile, entrepreneur, singer and actress, Diamond Michelle Gbagonah, famed as Michy, has dazzled her fans with a beautiful photo which features her son, Majesty.
The photo which was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram page of Michy saw the Cheating singer spending some quality time alone with her son, Majesty.
The duo was seen strolling on the Adomi Bridge located in Akosombo as they vacationed from all the noise and stress Accra has come to be associated with.
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