Level 400 KNUST Medical Student Clarrise Agbor Enoetle Sadly Passes On
- Miss Clarrise Agbor Enoetle, a brilliant KNUST student has reportedly passed on in level 400
- According to a report from one of the school's social media handles, Enoetle was a medical student
- Ghanaians have been in the comment section commiserating with the family of the deceased over their loss
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Miss Clarrise Agbor Enoetle, an intelligent young lady who was studying Medicine at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has reportedly passed on.
According to an update on the Twitter handle of Voice Of KNUST which is known to disseminate important updates from the school, the young lady was in level 400.
It is indicated that the lady came all the way from Cameroon to study in the school as an international student before the rather unfortunate incident happened.
The report, however, did not mention the exact cause of the young lady's demise as well as when exactly the sad event occurred.
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Lots of students from the school, together with social media users in general have been commiserating with the family of the deceased and praying for her soul to rest in perfect peace.
Ghanaians commiserate with the family of Clarrise Agbor Enoetle
@peddy_best1 replying to @VOICE_of_KNUST indicated:
This season is a very dark one
@TTiase replying to @VOICE_of_KNUST also said:
May her soul rest in peace
@GAkutteh also added her voice saying:
Very sad may her soul rest in peace ❤
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In a similar story, Francis Beamish Tetteh, a Ghanaian student and former contestant at the National Science and Maths Quiz for Chemu Senior High School has passed away in Toronto, Canada, whilst pursuing his PhD.
Reports indicate that Francis was admitted to the MSc Programme in Mechanical Engineering at York University but due to his hard work and determination, he was transferred to the PhD by virtue of his exploits in academics and research.
The brilliant you man, apart from being on the NSMQ, graduated with a first-class from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and was awarded the best Material Science and Engineering Graduate.
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