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Barbara Mahama, wife of the late Major Mahama who was slain at Denkyira Obuasi in the Central region says she will be releasing a memoir titled “RESILIENCE: Reflections from a Widow’s Diary” on July 21, 2023, marking six years since her husband’s tragic demise.

The self-written memoir according to the widow recounts the heart-wrenching story of her late husband’s demise which occurred on May 29, 2017 during a morning walk in the community.

William Baah, then assembly member for the area is standing trial with fourteen others for the late soldier’s murder.

All the defendants, have, however, pleaded not guilty to charges ranging from murder to conspiracy to commit murder.

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The book gives account of Barbara Mahama’s struggle to raise her two children all by herself and rebuild her life as a young lady whose husband was murdered few years into their union as young couples.

Within the pages of the memoir, readers will discover how she found motivation and resilience in the face of unimaginable grief, crediting her ability to persevere to the grace of God. The author shares personal insights and lessons learned, including childhood experiences that have shaped her identity.

“RESILIENCE: Reflections from a Widow’s Diary” delves into the depths of grief and love, immersing readers in the life of a widow in a manner that surpasses expectations.

Barbara Mahama exposes the raw emotions of her loss and the profound impact her late husband had on her life, showcasing the woman she has become following the tragic event. The memoir explores the complexities of life and death, demonstrating that love and hope possess the strength to endure even in the face of adversity.

The book also serves as an intimate portrayal of her resilience and determination to navigate through the depths of grief and further stands as a testament to the indomitable human spirit and the power of love to transcend the most challenging circumstances.

It is a tribute to Major Mahama’s memory and a source of inspiration for all who have experienced loss, reminding readers that love and hope can prevail against all odds.

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