Tributes are pouring for the Associate Director of Students Life and Engagement at Ashesi University, Frances Awua-Kyerematen who passed away due to Covid-19 complications.
The 40-year-old’s untimely death occurred on the afternoon of January 15, 2021, after battling Covid-19, a few days after celebrating her 40th birthday.
Mrs Awua-Kyerematen worked in Coaching, Counselling and Advising. She was “The Coach” to many students on campus.
Frances first joined Ashesi’s Admissions & Financial Aid Office in 2017, where she helped identify and recruit students into Ashesi and joined the Office of Students and Community Affairs in 2019.
Throughout her time on campus, she was an excellent champion for student wellbeing, growth and success.
She was a true definition of someone who exemplified the power of living in the moment and maintaining a positive spirit.
Her sudden death has come as a shock to so many, including friends, students, staff and faculty of Ashesi University.
❤️🕊— o h e m a a (@ohemaa_________) January 15, 2021
I’ll miss you soo much Aunty Naa😞 pic.twitter.com/iHeOvVG3hz
there’s so much i want to post but this is my fav memory of us. Sleep well Frances. Thank you so so much ❤️🕊 pic.twitter.com/6eDAPpPnqc— 🐼 (@_coolshugz) January 15, 2021
She will be missed. She had this way of lighting up the mood whenever she was around. RIP Frances— Vladimir Fomene 🇨🇲 🇬🇭 (@Vlad_kwasi) January 16, 2021
One of my most trusted friends regardless of the age difference and now she’s gone. I just can’t understand. I wish I had more time with you Frances. You made me feel safe and happy in school and I thank you for that. RIP— promise (@afriyie_boamah) January 15, 2021
RIP FRANCES❤️— Korboe🇬🇭🇬🇧 (@Kwasi_Ryan) January 15, 2021
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