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Samira Bawumia Collapsed
Samira Bawumia 'Collapsed' In Accra (PHOTO)

News reaching us at OccupyGh.com indicates that Ghana’s Second Lady, Samira Bawumia on Tuesday, November 26, 2019, collapsed in Accra during an opening ceremony of the 17th Biennial Delegates Congress, of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA).

A full report on Graphic Online:

“Around 12 midday, Mrs. Bawumia mounted the dais to deliver her address but a few minutes into it, she requested for water.

After drinking the water, she complained of dizziness and was momentarily seen going down

Her aides and security detail rushed to hold her and administered the necessary first aid whilst the perimeter was cordoned off.

A stretcher was quickly drawn from one of the vehicles in the Second Lady’s convoy.

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Mrs. Bawumia was cordoned off and later conveyed to one of the vehicles before the convoy moved out of the hotel.

The opening ceremony came to an abrupt end and the guests including the Deputy Greater Accra Regional Minister, Mrs. Elizabeth Sackey, and delegates had to disperse from the auditorium of the hotel.

Some of the nurses in the auditorium told Graphic Online that there was so much heat in the room where the program was being held”.

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