University of Ghana: Male Student Reportedly Dead, Photo Evokes Emotions: “Life Is Like A Shadow”
- A male student at the University of Ghana School of Pharmacy named only as Neequaye has reportedly died
- After the young man's untimely passing was reported on social media, many people were devastated
- The tweet from the Voice of Legon (@voice_of_legon) received more than 1,000 reactions, with many expressing heartbreak
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A driven male University of Ghana School of Pharmacy student, identified only as Neequaye, has reportedly passed away.
The unexpected demise of the young man has left many heartbroken after his death was announced via social media.
The cause of Neequaye's death is yet to be made public
Neequaye's death was announced by Voice of Legon (@voice_of_legon) on Twitter. However, the cause of his passing was not given.
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''Rest well, Neequaye UG School of Pharmacy student,'' the handle shared with the caption on Tuesday, May 2, 2023.
The Voice of Legon announced the abrupt passing with a touching picture of the deceased in a white coat.
More than 73,000 people had seen the post, which received over 100 retweets, 46 quotes, and more than 1,000 likes at the time of this publication.
Netizens who took to the comments section could not contain their emotions, as many noted they were devastated by Neequaye's death.
See the post below:
Reactions to Neequaye's death
Life is like a shadow; it passes by quickly.
Rest in peace man
Rest well bruh, but wetin kill am.
May we not die before our time. RIP.
This is serious. Somebody go br3 reach this stage, then death go come take am.
Uncle Ato recalls late wife's long battle with sickness before her death
In another story, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian gospel singer Reverend Alexander Bruce-Ghartey, known as Uncle Ato, disclosed that his departed wife battled a protracted ailment before passing.
The singer said his late wife Amen Ama Bruce-Ghartey's long battle with the sickness that took her life began in 2015.
When asked why he chose to describe her as a strong woman in a painting that featured her picture in an interview on United Showbiz on Saturday, February 25, Uncle Ato said she was strong during her struggle with the sickness before she passed.
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