- A young beautiful nurse, Jennifer Konadu, has been reported dead
- Tear-gushing photos of Konadu have been shared on social media
- The heartbreaking photos have erupted massive reactions and comments on social media
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A young Ghanaian nurse, Jennifer Konadu, has been reported dead as tear-gushing photos of her emerge on social media.
Affectionately called Atama, Jennifer Konadu, 27, reportedly died after battling a short sickness.
Announcing her sudden departure, heartbreaking artworks of the beautiful nurse was shared into a popular Facebook public group.
Jennifer Konadu was laid to rest today, April 8, 2021, at a final funeral rites ceremony which was held at Abuaakwa Nkawie Toase-Jankobaa.
The photos which were shared to announce her demise have sparked massive reactions and comments.
Daniel Brown writes, ''Death is truly a thief. Such a beautiful lady. RIP!''
''Wow, how come. So much pain this year. Sleep well,'' Afua Dazie said.
''So much beauty but death is in evitable,'' Sam Dee said, adding ''RIP''.
Sam koffi writes, ''What the wow, a beautiful lay gone like that ... eish. RIP.''
''It is well. May our good Lord keep you till we meet again, dear. Gosh,'' David Sam Gyakpa said.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported US-based Ghanaian couple, Kwamena Cudjoe, and his wife, Penelope Cudjoe, have shared their experience about how they handled money during retirement to start a business.
Cudjoe immigrated to the US from Ghana in the 1970s and was later joined by his wife.
Before retiring from active work, he worked as a university professor and then as an international relations officer for the US federal government.
The young white lady was spotted carrying a plastic bucket with the drinks walking through the street to sell despite the risk.
In the video that has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, the lady could be seen in a colourful sleeveless straight dress and a flipflop.
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Source: Yen Ghana