Cassano Whyte Cris: Takoradi Technical University student dies

Cassano Whyte Cris: Takoradi Technical University student dies

- A young Ghanaian student Joshua Akomani Boafo has passed away

- Joshua who is popularly known as Cassano Whyte Cris reportedly died on December 12

- News of Cassano's death has caused sorrow for his friends on social media

- He is expected to be buried on December 21, 2019, at Konongo in the Ashanti region

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A young Ghanaian man Joshua Akomani Boafo, popularly known as Cassano Whyte Cris, has broken the hearts of his friends and family following his untimely demise.

Cassano White Cris who is a student of Takoradi Technical University is reported to have passed away on Thursday, December 12, 2019.

It is not known what exactly led to his death but checks by YEN.com.gh indicate that the young man was not feeling well in the days leading to his death.

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A native of Konongo, Cassano is a former student of Konongo Odumasi Senior (KOSS) where he completed in 2017.

Already, a poster has popped up detailing the arrangements for Cassano's burial and final funeral rites.

According to the poster sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man will be buried at the Konongo Odumasi cemetery on Saturday, December 21, 2019.

Following the news of his death, many of his schoolmates and friends have taken to social media to express their sorrow.

For many of the friends, Cassano's death has come as a surprise, especially, because they did not hear of him being sick.

Cassano Whyte Cris was 24 years old.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported how the death of Jacqueline Larbi, a lady pastor with the Royalhouse Chapel International left family and friends in pain.

Earlier, Esi Quarshie, a female Ghanaian nurse had died together with two other persons following an accident at Juaso near Konongo in the Ashanti region.

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