- Mawusi, a 31-year-old Ghanaian lady who reportedly died during childbirth has been buried together with her baby
- It is reported that the lady named Mawusi had suffered two miscarriages after she got married in 2018
- The third time, Mawusi's husband took her to their pastor to spiritually intervene but she rather died with the baby instead
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A 31-year-old Ghanaian lady called Mawusi has reportedly been buried after she died together with her newborn baby during labour on January 1, 2021.
According to a gentleman identified as RockyJDJones who wrote about the incident online, Mawusi was a class teacher at Anglican Primary Basic School in Kumawu.
It is indicated that Mawusi graduated from Holy Spirit College of Education in Ho in the year 2016, completed her compulsory one-year teaching practice at Atebubu before moving to Kumawu.
Sadly, it is reported that this became the third time that the young lady lost her baby after she got married to her husband, who is a plumber named Ernest, in the year 2018.
The first incident is said to have happened in 2019, followed by another miscarriage that Mawusi had in 2020.
When she was pregnant for the third time, Ernest is indicated to have sent Mawusi for spiritual intervention from their pastor for the baby to survive this time.
However, instead of surviving, Mawusi and her newborn baby both lost their lives when she was due.
In another mysterious story, Janet, a young Ghanaian lady who used to be a hairdresser has revealed that she quit the job to now sell plastic bowls because of a strange incident that happened to some of her colleagues.
In an interview with SV TV Africa, Janet indicated that a lady who was later found to be a 'maame wata' took three of her senior colleagues undersea.
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According to Janet, the trio had been contracted to go and braid hair for the client and while they were at it, they suddenly found themselves under the sea screaming.
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