Father discovers that all his 3 sons at Presec have contracted COVID-19

Father discovers that all his 3 sons at Presec have contracted COVID-19

- 3 children belonging to the same father have reportedly contracted COVID-19 at Presec in Legon

- This was disclosed by their unhappy father in a recent anonymous interview

- According to the man, 14 students in total have been put under quarantine at the school

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An unhappy father whose three sons are students of the Presbyterian Boy’s Secondary School (PRESEC) in Accra has found out that all of them have contracted COVID-19.

Speaking anonymously in a report filed by Starrfm.com.gh, the man further disclosed that over 14 students are currently under quarantine at the school.

“As I speak to you right now, they have over 14 people quarantined at the school. And I can tell you on authority that six parents are in the same predicament as I am, six of us, one of them works at CHRAJ," he said.

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Father discovers that all his 3 sons at Presec have contracted COVID-19
Father discovers that all his 3 sons at Presec have contracted COVID-19 Credit: preseclegon.edu.gh
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The anonymous man further explained how all of his sons got infected with the virus with the latest one currently on oxygen.

In his own words:

I have three sons there, two of them got infected first I went for them and we treated them and they went back and I have gone for the third one who also has it. They have put the third one on oxygen,” the worried parent told GHOne TV.

Whilst on the subject of Presec, Edward Elorm Gbanaglo, a smart gentleman who completed Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School (PRESEC) with seven A1s in his WASSCE has found himself in a difficult position.

According to a report by Graphic.com.gh, Edward lost both parents after which he got admission to study Medicine at the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ho, Volta Region.

Going to the university appeared really difficult but Edward managed to pay his admission fees with the help of his late mother’s benevolent friends.

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