Recently, a tragic news hit the media after a final Year Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) by name Emmanuel Awuah stabbed a suppose Uber driver by name, Kwame Danso after they clashed in an argument.
According to reports, The Uber driver owned him 1,200.00 that has been a debt for long which made the KNUST student with anger to end the Uber Driver’s live by stabbing him in a cold blooded.
The deceased known as Kwame Danso was laid to rest today at Kumasi Bekwai as it was all about sadness and depression expression in the face of his family and sympathizers whom they were seeking for Justice to the deceased.
Uber Drivers also displayed their driving skills at the funeral grounds to pay they last respect to their colleague worker who has finally been buried today.
The funeral rite was full of sorrowful moments especially with the way her wife was drowning in tears after his husband was finally been carried away to the cemetery by an Ambulance.
Check out some scenes below;
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