Photographs of a delightful Ghanaian woman who passed on in a fender bender
A couple of months to the furthest limit of the year 2020 and the adolescent who are the eventual fate of the nation are being cleared away from the outside of Earth from street mishaps. We thought COVID-19 would slaughter everyone on this side of the planet however street mishap is fairly brought us into our graves too soon.
The dismal news coming in is that one of the most well known online media female characters in the nation, Esther Owusu Ansah has lost her life in a fender bender on her approach to Takoradi on the Accra - Cape Coast street.
As per the onlooker, the dynamic, fiery, intense, and excellent woman lost control of the guiding wheel when she caught one of the various speed inclines on the Cape Coast to Takoradi street.
As indicated by the onlooker, Esther passed on at the location of the dismal episode.
Esther Owusu Ansah in a couple of years prior was an understudy of the Takoradi Polytechnic which is right now Takoradi Technical Institute. The picture underneath is the vehicle she had a mishap with. We express Rest In Peace to Esther Owusu Ansah and stretch out our most noteworthy sympathies to the loved ones.
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