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Diana, Lady Who Got Seriously Sick After Dumping Boyfriend Who Helped Her Travel Abroad Passes Away



Diana, the lady who battled serious sickness after relocating to Egypt for greener pastures has passed away.

Diana, the 34-year-old lady who battled serious illness after dumping her baby daddy who helped her relocate abroad for greener pastures.

The young lady’s story went viral after coming to Auntie Naa to help her beg her baby daddy Twumasi.

She has passed away after trying in vain to get Twumasi to forgive her.

About 7 years ago, Twumasi helped Diana to travel to Egypt for a househelp job with a contribution of 2,400 cedis which was huge at that time and a passport.

In Egypt she was earning a salary of $300 and when Twumasi wanted to know about her finances, they started having issues.

Years past by and she sent him his 2,400 cedis contribution but she latter made him send 1,100 to someone who defrauded her.

According to her argument about her salary popped up again and she told Twumasi she can’t be in a relationship with him again.

Reeling from the broken heart, Twumasi told her she will suffer in life.

Fast forward she got sick in Egypt and Doctors told her it’s liver problem and she’s also lost her womb.

The Ghanaian community in Egypt contributed money to cure her but it resulted in nothing.

Diana started believing her sickness is from Twumasi’s words so she traveled back to Ghana to beg for forgiveness but he refused to hear her.

She came to Auntie Naa and when they called Twumasi on air, he refused to speak.

Unfortunately Diana is no more.


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