- A man called Amanor OK, has threatened to sue Ghana National College for negligence
- According to him, the school failed to ensure that his asthmatic daughter was adequately protected
A man, known as Amanor OK, has threatened to sue Ghana National College (GNC) for negligence.
This, he disclosed, was because the school’s authorities failed to take proper measures to protect the life of his daughter.
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that his 17-year-old daughter, Ruby Teiko, who was a first year student of the school, lost her life after she had difficulty in breathing.
The deceased was an asthmatic patient, and is reported to have complained on two occasions, about the challenges she faces with breathing.
These complaints were allegedly made during dorm inspections, but were ignored until she passed out.
She was subsequently rushed to the Cape Coast Government Hospital in a taxi, but was pronounced dead on arrival.
Amanor OK disclosed that on Saturday, May 19, 2018, he received a call from the Assistant House Mistress to the effect that he needed to rush to the school.
He drove to the hospital, only to be informed that his daughter was dead on arrival.
Amannor OK said later when he went to the school to collect her daughters items the school authorities didn’t even know he had already been to the hospital.
Meanwhile, doctors say autopsy report on the cause of death will be ready on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.
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