- The widower of a Ghanaian nurse who died of coronavirus, Kwame Boateng, has reacted to her devastating demise
- 28-year-old Mary Ageiwaa Agyapong was heavily pregnant when she was diagnosed with coronavirus in the United Kingdom
- She later died weeks after she tested positive for coronavirus
- Kwame Boateng sat for an interview with the BBC to talk about his wife's demise
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The widower of a Ghanaian nurse who died of coronavirus, Kwame Boateng, has reacted to her death.
Kwame Boateng's wife, Mary Ageiwaa Agyapong, died of coronavirus in the United Kingdom.
Mary Agyapong, 28, was heavily pregnant with their second child when she was diagnosed with coronavirus and died weeks later.
Mary tested positive for COVID-19 on April 5, 2020, and was admitted to the Luton & Dunstable Hospital, where she worked, on April 7.
She died following a successful emergency Caesarean Section to deliver and save her baby girl on Sunday, April 12, 2020.
Speaking about the death of his wife for the first time, Kwame Boateng, Mary's widower, told the BBC that ''there’s no amount of words that can really explain how [he’s] feeling within''.
A visibly pained Kwame described his late wife as a ''pure soul'' and said Mary would have loved to give the best care to her children.
In other news, a bus conductor from Tanzania has shown that one can actually use the job to not only collect fare but also entertain his passengers.
In a viral video shared extensively online, the conductor was spotted breaking into a dance while collecting bus fare from his customers.
The makanga, as they are commonly known in Kenya, immediately started moving to the beat after a Diamond Platnumz's song started playing on the stereo.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Raffia Arshad, the first hijab-wearing judge in the United Kingdom, recalled the risk she took when going for a scholarship interview.
Arshad said her family told her to remove her hijab because it would reduce her chances of being selected, but she insisted that she would wear it.
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