- Students who collapsed at St. Martins were not infected with Meningitis
- Doctor at Nsawam Hospital says all eleven students could have suffered exam-phobia
The collapse by students of St. Martin's Senior High School was not caused by Meningitis but rather exams fright, medical superintendent of the Nsawam Government Hospital, Dr Kofi Ablorh has revealed.
There have been reports of how about 11 students of St. Martins Senior High School mysteriously collapsed. They, later on, were admitted to the Nsawam Hospital for intensive care following scare and panic over possible Meningitis outbreak.
In an interview with Citi FM, Dr Kofi Ablorh of the Nsawam Hospital says similar incidents of students collapsing is a norm with the school.
According to him, students of the school continuously suffer from such collapses anytime examinations are held in the country.
“We’ve seen a special trend with, especially St. Martins. Normally when they are about to start their exams, some of them are found in this condition. It is something that we have been seeing every year,” he revealed.
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