Dora Mills: Ghanaian resident in UK found lifeless in her apartment in sad video

Dora Mills: Ghanaian resident in UK found lifeless in her apartment in sad video

- A middle-aged Ghanaian social worker called Dora Mills in the UK has been found dead in her apartment in Tottenham London

- The incident reportedly took place on February 21, 2021, long before the police were called to the scene

- Her cause of death is still unknown as close relatives are still assisting the officers to understand what happened to Dora

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Dora Mills, a middle-aged Ghanaian woman who resides in London in the United Kingdom has been found dead in her apartment.

According to MyNewsGh.com, the deceased is believed to have died on February 21, 2021, after which she was found by the British Police.

It is reported that she was a social worker in Tottenham London and the cause of her death is still unknown because close relatives are now assisting the police officers to unravel it.

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Dora Mills: Ghanaian resident in UK found lifeless in her apartment in sad video
Dora Mills: Ghanaian resident in UK found lifeless in her apartment in sad video Credit: Youtube, ENFRANS TV
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In a video circulating on social media, one lady who appeared to be an acquaintance to Dora was seen wailing and attempting to wake her up from her demise.

A co-tenant of Dora was also heard telling the police that she lives next door but was unable to provide satisfying answers to the specific questions she was asked.

Dora's body has since been taken to a morgue for preservation as police continue to conduct investigations into the unfortunate incident.

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In a separate report, Sky News, a known media house in the United Kingdom has described Ghana as part of the world's poorest people in a COVID-19 related report.

In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram handle of the organization, it made the statement after 600,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Ghana.

All over the world, Ghana was hailed for being the first country to obtain the COVAX, but Sky News decided to go on a route that has highly misrepresented the West African country.

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