Form 2 student of Dwamena Akenteng SHS dies in dormitory

Form 2 student of Dwamena Akenteng SHS dies in dormitory

- Form 2 student die in dormitory at the Dwamena Akenteng SHS

- The student who was sick was refused exact by the senior housemaster of the school

- The body of the deceased has been deposited at the Patrick Hospital

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A second year student of the Dwamena Akenteng Senior High School in the Ashanti Region has died in his dormitory.

According to report by Ultimate FM in Kumasi, the student passed after he was denied exact by the school authorities to go home and receive treatment.

Meanwhile the parents of the deceased General Arts student are accusing the senior housemaster of the school for consistently refusing the boy exact to seek medical attention even on Sunday when his health condition deteriorated.

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Speaking to Ultimate FM on anonymity, one of the students said they found their colleague dead in the dormitory after school hours.

The body of the deceases has since been deposited at the Patrick’s Hospital by some teachers.

The hospital has also confirmed that the student has indeed died.

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The school’s management are yet to comment of the matter.

YEN.com.gh also reported that the police are looking for two schoolgirls who are reported missing at Mallam-Gbawe, in the Gretare Accra Region.

According to the police, the two teenagers left home for school on Friday, February 7, 2020, and have since not returned home.

The names of the girls are given as Betty Afanyibo and Theresa Koranteng.

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YEN previously published that the father of the late army officer, Major Maxwell Adam Mahama who was lynched to death is bitterly complaining about the slow pace of trial to find the killers of his son.

Captain Dennis Mahama (Rtd) in an interview on Accra Kingdom FM pleaded with the Ghana Police Service, CID unit to fast track investigations into the murder of his son, three years after his murder.

He also pleaded with the courts to also speed up prosecution to ensure justice is delivered.

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