- Collins Boakye, a level 300 student at the University of Ghana student has reportedly died
- The Economics and Geography student reportedly passed away on Tuesday, April 28, 2020
- The cause of death is not yet known
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Collins Boakye, a third year student at the University of Ghana student has reportedly passed away.
The Economics and Geography student reportedly died on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.
The cause of death is not immediately known.
Before his death, Collins Boakye was among the vibrant members of the Legon chapter of the Pentecost Students and Associates (Legon-PENSA), the students’ group of the Church of Pentecost.
Announcing his death, the PENSA leadership described his passing as a great loss, and called for prayers for his family.
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“It is with great sadness that the leadership of PENSA-LEGON informs the entire Church through this communique, of the demise of our brother, Collins Boakye.
He is a level 300 student ,a member of the UGEL branch (Elizabeth Frances Sey Hall) and also a shepherd of the organising department. We are deeply saddened by this great loss. Let us join hands and pray for the family as well in these hard times,” part of a statement released by PENSA said.
Meanwhile, on various students’ platforms, tributes from lecturers and friends have started pouring in for the resident of the Elizabeth Frances Sey Hall.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that a 28-year-old heavily pregnant Ghanaian nurse in the United Kingdom passed after contracting the deadly COVID-19 disease.
According to a report by the dailymail.co.uk, Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong tested positive for COVID-19 on April 5.
She was admitted to the Luton & Dunstable Hospital, where she worked on April 7.
She died following a successful emergency Caesarean Section to deliver and save her baby daughter on Sunday, April 12, 2020.
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