- Alleged second wife of the late Jerry John Rawlings, Nathalie Yamb, has indicated that she's still pained by his untimely demise
- Yamb shared a tear-gushing message to remember the late president four months after his death
- The rumored second wife of Jerry Rawlings shared a photo posing beside the late NDC founder along with the message
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Nathalie Yamb, the alleged second wife of the late Jerry John Rawlings, has indicated that she's is yet to get over the former president four months after his unexpected demise.
Former president Rawlings died on November 12, 2020, at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital after a short sickness.
In a post on her social media page, Nathalie Yamb indicated that she's holds cherished with the late former president in her heart, noting that she's yet to get over his untimely passing.
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Captioning the recent emotional post on her Instagram page, she wrote, ''four months. There’s no getting over You.''
Nathalie Yamb who is alleged to be the second wife of the late former president shared a photo posing beside him.
The photo, which evokes her repressed emotions owing to the memories she shared with the late Jerry Rawlings has also aroused emotive comments from her followers.
Tortchaman claimed that Nathalie Yamb was chosen to save the later Jerry Rawlings from his untimely death.
He writes, ''You're the chosen one to save him from his untimely death but you know, I truly adore you Rest well Papa J❤️.''
''Love you forever, JJ . Most beautiful picture!'' leslie_inthestateoflove said.
Cruciall2 writes, ''❤️❤️❤️ He has just become a Strong and Beloved Ancestor.''
Sa.va.nah.rose was emotional with her comment. She said: ''Papa J is immortal, he lives on.''
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Nathalie Yamb spoke for the first time after making an appearance at the funeral of the late Jerry Rawlings.
In a post on her social media, Yamb expressed gratitude to the State, the Ghana Armed Forces, the family, and Ghanaians for giving the late former president a befitting burial.
''Thank you to the State, the Armed Forces, the Family and the People of Ghana for giving Jerry the send-off he deserved,'' her post read.
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported on young Ghanaian engineer, Mohammed Amin Mansur, who now runs a successful business.
The chief executive officer of Amin Furnitures now makes a living working as a carpenter despite graduating with a computer engineering certificate from Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Co (IPMC).
Recounting his daunting but worthwhile journey in a long-worded post on social media, Amin Mansur disclosed that after completing Aduman High School in 2009, he was confused like most teenagers with no clear plan ahead.
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