- The supposed 'medical doctor' named Christian Gyebi who was seen in a viral video weeping over heartbreak from a lady called Awurama has finally spoken
- In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, the officer confirmed that he actually suffered a heartbreak but debunked some facts
- According to Christian, he is not a medical doctor but a pharmacy technologist and has dated Ewurama for almost 8 years
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The viral Ghanaian medical officer who was spotted in a video supposedly weeping over a heartbreak has spoken and recounted the incident to YEN.com.gh.
In a one-on-one chat, the gentleman named Gyebi Christian confirmed that indeed, he was heartbroken by his girlfriend and he is still yet to fully recover from the pain.
Gyebi, who also confirmed reports that the lady in question is called Angelina Ewurama, however, mentioned he is not a medical doctor as earlier reports indicated.
See his narration in the video below:
Christian mentions that he is a pharmacy technologist and graduated from the Sunyani Technical University and also debunked claims that he sponsored Ewurama through school.
According to him, the love issue that occurred took a great toll on him because he and Ewurama have been together for approximately eight good years.
The two actually started a YouTube channel called CokenFanta before the unfortunate heartbreak came about.
See a video from their YouTube channel below:
Christian, the pharmacy technologist also mentioned that the moment his previous video was being taken, he had absolutely no form of awareness that he was shedding tears because he was partly unconscious of himself.
In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, Wusuta in the Volta Region has a tourist site where many residents believe that the Biblical Jesus Christ died and was buried.
It serves as a highly-revered prayer ground.
In the snippet of an interview with JoyNews sighted by YEN.com.gh, a tour guide who was also a resident of Wusuta showed the viewers many features that 'proved' Christ was buried at the spot.
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