Kwadwo Dickson finally disclose a sad news which hit the people of Ashanti Region as well as the entire Ghana.
"This is very serious and all files in the school have been burnt into Ashes. Ohh lucky enough it did not occur in the afternoon. This is very serious and dangerous" - Kwadwo Dickson Lament
According to Kwadwo Dickson, the Teacher Training College in Ashanti Mampong was burnt into ashes as they still wonder the cause of the fire outbreak.
Ashanti Mampong Training College is one of the biggest training colleges in Ghana endowed with many facilities. The news this afternoon coming from their end is very terrible as a whole structure have been burnt into ashes without being aware of the cause of the outbreak.
News is one of the best things we can't do without in our daily life.
Just this afternoon it was reported live on Angel TV about a terrible fire outbreak in Kumasi which destroyed a lot of properties in Ashanti Mampong Teacher Training College.
Below is the link to the video.
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