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08.09.2013 Diaspora (USA)

Ghanaians bids farewell to Hannah Ayeh-Brachie

By Francis Boanoh
Ghanaians bids farewell to Hannah Ayeh-Brachie
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The Ghanaian community bid farewell Friday to the Rockland woman killed in a wrong-way crash on the Tappan Zee Bridge.

The tragic death of Hannah Ayeh-Brachie which shook the New York community on July 23 was finally laid to rest on Saturday August 31 after services were held at the Parkchester funeral home followed by a memorial church service at Living Faith International Church at Mount Vernon NY.

That very evening the final funeral rite followed at Gauchos in the Bronx. A host of community and Crowd of mourners some wearing traditional black and red cloth, some wearing black tee shirt with her image came to pay their last respects to the renowned Ghanaian Entrepreneur Hannah Ayeh-Brachie who owns a beauty salon and an African market on Boston road in the Bronx.

The Christian Journal was there to pay our respect to Hannah who has been one of distributers of our newspapers.

A thanksgiving services was held at Living Faith International Church on Sunday

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