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Former Wesley Girls’ student who graduated with 1st class dies; heartbreaking photos emerge

Heartbreaking visuals and tributes are pouring in following the unexpected death of Head of Retail Banking at First National Bank, Hannah Annobil-Acquah.

A social media user who claimed to be a relative, Emmanuel Anane Boate, took to his Facebook page to announce her demise.

”My dearest niece, Mrs Hannah Annobil-Acquah, Head of Retail Banking of First National Bank Ghana has painfully passed on in Accra! Very sad. She was just 49 years,” his post read.

The late Hannah Annobil-Acquah was an alumna of Wesley Girls High School, an athlete who ”gave the boys in Mfantsipim, Saint Augustine’s College, and others a run for their money during intercollege events,” according to a post sighted on the Facebook page of Afiba Addae-Mensah.

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A former colleague, Nana Awere Damoah, also took to Facebook to express that he was bitterly upset by Annobil-Acquah’s passing, disclosing that she graduated with a Land Economy first-class degree from the university.

He wrote: ”Just seeing this. Gutted! Graduated First Class in our year (she read Land Economy), she was one of the sharpest persons I encountered at UST. Great personality too. ”Damirifa due, Hannah!”

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Source: yen.com.gh

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