Alex Mould’s beautiful daughter is dead; cause of death revealed

– Alex Mould’s daughter, Naa Densua has been confirmed dead

– Naa Densua was diagnosed with malaria during the Christmas holidays and she died in January

– She died in Mauritius after travelling there for the Christmas holidays

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Former Chief Executive Officer of Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, Alex Kofi Mensah Mould is bereaved following his daughter’s death.

In a report sighted by on, Naa Densua Mould is said to have travelled to the Indian Ocean island country on December 23, 2019, for the Christmas holidays but was diagnosed with malaria that very day and subsequently died in January 2020.

Mr Mould’s aide, Onasis Kobby, confirmed that the 28-year-old was quarantined after the discovery of her ailment but the health agency in the country had little success in treating it. READ ALSO: TINA Festival 2020: Fuse ODG visits his school built for orphans to paint classroom (photo, video)

This forced the former CEO to travel to the island to get his daughter transferred to London but his efforts were not successful since Naa Densua had been quarantined.

The parents of the deceased are currently in Mauritius, preparing to move the body to Ghana for her interment.

In other news, former president Jerry John Rawlings has revealed that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) under the leadership of Akufo-Addo has plans to establish a bank – National Development Bank.

READ ALSO: Kwame Tutu: Ghanaian radio host weeps & calls for closure of traditional orphanages after visit to homes According to him, the bank that would be set up by the NPP would be purposely for the selfish gains of the political party.Speaking at the commemoration of the 31st December 1981 Movement in Winneba, Rawlings noted that this alleged bank, when established, would cripple existing banks.Rawlings further added that the bank would help favor fraudulent entrepreneurs which would, in turn, plunge the country into corruption just as it happened with the Ghana Commercial Bank in the past. READ ALSO: Kwame Tutu: Ghanaian radio host weeps & calls for closure of traditional orphanages after visit to homes Enjoyed reading our story? Download YEN’s news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news! Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.

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