Former Upper East Regional Minister Tangoba Abayage has disclosed that when she turned 36 years of age she thought that will be her last days in life.
She says she nursed these thoughts because she had lost two siblings who died when they turned 36 years.
Tangoba Abayage who has now become a force to reckon with in politics in Ghana said even though she did not die at age 36, the thought of dying keeps ringing in her mind each year as she grows.
She made this known in a post shared on her Facebook page as she celebrates her birthday.
Her post read “When I turned 36 years old, I had lost two older siblings at 36 years respectively: one through child birth. Coincidentally I was also pregnant then.
I was so convinced I’d not go beyond age 36. For the succeeding years, every year came to me as a miracle and a strong blessing. I was so sure of dying, I expected death year in year out!
Then I hit 40, I hit 50, and now I’m 58!
If any of you have an iota of idea what these extra 22 years that my other siblings didn’t have the opportunity means to me, you’ll understand me so well when I choose to celebrate every milestone.
My story will be told one day, by all means.
For now, it’s the last day of the awesome month in the whole wide world and I’m the last born!
JUNE IS JUNE!
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