Death is inevitable no matter what position you hold. It doesn't matter what you eat, drink, your stature or how strong you are, when the time comes for you to depart from this planet earth, you have no moral or Spiritual justification to live. The creator will definitely call your soul to his kingdom but how one will die to meet his creator is a mystery. Some have died through road accident, some by drowing, others were murdered whiles some were also slaughterd. The people of Bawdie in the Amenfi East municipality in the Western north region of Ghana were yesterday thronged to a state of frenzy when 28year old lady Esi Nyamekye (Maame Esi) was found dead in her boyfriend'so room at Bawdie in the morning.
The name of her boyfriend is Y2K who is a well known galamseyer in the region. According to the family of the deceased, they have consistently warnd Y2K to go and perform the necessary rites to be able to live with the deceased as husband and wife but all their efforts proved futile. This angered the family members and therefore sent a strong warning to Y2K not to send the dead body to their family house but he should rather take her as his personal property. Information gathered by Angel news reporter Nana Agyemang indicated that the family will demand Y2K to wed the corps in this motionless state to serve as a deterrent to men who take women and refuse to pay dowry to the woman's parents. Amenfi district police command is yet to commence investigations.
Y2K who was at galamsey site when he heard the sudden death of the girl refuse to comment on the matter.
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