Heartbreak as Funeral Poster of Ken Agyapong’s Baby Mama Who Was ‘Killed’ by Dr Obengfo Pops Up

The funeral poster for the late Deputy CEO of the National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Programme (NEIP), Stacy Offei-Darko has surfaced on social media.

 

A burial service will be held for her at the Forecourt of the State House on Saturday, July 28, after which she will be buried at the Osu Cemetery.

Stacy Offei-Darko's funeral posters pop up; to be buried on July 28

The late Stacy Offei-Darko who was the Deputy CEO of NEIP was 37 years (Photo credit: Sourced)

On Sunday, July 29, a thanksgiving service will be held at the Tema Community 4 Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) followed by her final funeral rites at her family house.

Stacy died on Monday, May 21st under controversial circumstances at the Obengfo Hospital.

Her mother, Ama Anima, initially said her daughter visited the health facility to seek medical attention after she suddenly fell ill with malaria.

Stacy Offei-Darko's funeral posters pop up; to be buried on July 28

Stacy Offei-Darko’s funeral poster (Photo source: Facebook/Kofi Owusu Akoto)

But it was later revealed by Kennedy Agyapong, with whom she had a 6-year-old daughter, that Stacy went to Dr Obengfo for a liposuction procedure to reduce her biceps and thighs but died on Thursday, May 21.

According to the Assin Central MP, a friend of Stacy who accompanied her to the hospital told him that they went to the place on two occasions before the procedure was done.

But later social media reports suggested that Stacy may have gone to the hospital which is known to be a body sculpting centre to get rid of an unwanted pregnancy.

Meanwhile, the CEO of the hospital, Dr Alfred Obeng who was arrested over Stacy’s death has been charged with murder and is currently in court.

He is standing trial with a cleaner at the hospital who impersonated her family member before Stacy’s body was admitted into a morgue without the family’s knowledge.

It is worth noting that Stacy’s funeral happens to be on the same weekend as that of the late vice president, Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur.

Mr Amissah-Arthur will be buried on Friday, July 27 after a burial service at the Forecourt of the State House.

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