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JOY AFTER TEARS AS GHANAIAN LOSES LIFE IN DANMARK

By Kwadwo Mensah, Danmark

Less than twelve hours after the Ghanaian Senior National Team,the Black Stars stuned their Serbian counterparts by a painfull lone goal by the kind courtsey of Baby Boy, Asamoah Gyan,and when Ghanaian communities in Danmark were in their traditional jubilant mood to show maximum patriotism in support for Ghana been the first African participation team in the 2010 world cup to win its maiden match, took another twist,when late in the evening,the news broke in that a Ghanaian national resident in Danmark, in the person of one Charles has lost his precious life.

Because of the calm and kindness of the deceased and how helpfull he has been to some Ghanaians immigrants living in Danmark,when the news broke in brought immediately an abrupt end to the cerebration been held in the principal streets of Thorsgade-Norrebro,one of the bussiest cities in copenhagen.

A family source told this journaist that about a week ago,the deceased who happens to be a bus driver of one of the premium Danish transport sector,after close of work last week complained to the wife that he is having some severe head pains,and all effort from the wife to find an antidote to the pains with some first aid medicine that they have in their house failed to yield any fruitfull result,so an ambulance was called in after which he was rushed to hospital where he was admitted.

According to the source,his ill health failed to improve, until the sad news broke into towm that he has passed away.He left behind a wife and a bouncing baby less than one year.Funeral arrangement would be announce later.

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