22 December 2012

Liberia: Woman, 31, Dies On Shower Day

Sunday, December 16, 2012 was like a mystery in the eyes of several residents in the Paynesville-Pipe Line Wood Camp Community when they heard of a woman named Tina Davis aged 31, expected to get wedded to Mr. Mustapha Barnnie died suddenly on the day of her shower. Tina died at about 6:55 a.m. on that fateful Sunday morning of her shower which was to commence during the evening hours.

Ms. Tina Davis, a 2010-2011 graduate of the Amos T. Taybior High School's wedding was slated for tomorrow, Saturday, December 22, 2012, at the New Samaritan Baptist Church on the Pipe-Line Road. She first got married traditionally on July 25, 2012 at her parent's domicile in Paynesville.

For more than a year, both Tina and Mustapha have been planning to join hands in Holy Matrimony in honor of God's words written in the Holy Bible.

Late Tina's husband, Mustapha, is a driver working with Fair Dee, a local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in Grand Bassa County. Family sources could not give reasons that led to Tina's death but told our reporter that she was sick for a week prior to her demise. Tina has two children. Both are females, Jessica and Pricilla.

The body of Tina has been deposited at the Abraham Roberts Funeral Home pending funeral and burial arrangements.

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