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Promising 19yrs Old Scientist Passes On At University of Mines ; Parents Can't Hold Their Tears

A promising 19 years old scientist Master Appiah Frederick has passed on while studying at the University of Mines in Tarkwa. His parents were left in shock as they couldn't hold their tears.


The late Appiah Frederick Popularly known as Fred Lyric by his peers was an aspiring top notch scientist. This pushed him to study General Science at the Sunyani based Secondary school called SUSEC. At the High School, he was part of the few students that passed with distinction with "A" in chains.


That gave him the opportunity to further his education at the University of Mines and Energy at Tarkwa However, death couldn't allow him to succeed in his future ambition.


His colleagues at the University of Mines and Energy took to social media to eulogize and bid him Farewell. His senior High school mates took to their year group to mourn as well.


His brother, Nana Yaw Asuama splashed his pictures on the popular WhatsApp platforms with heartbreak emojis to depict his sorrow.


Its however unclear regarding what actually took away the life of Such a beautiful soul. 


Death is inevitable. When it knocks at your door, you have no option than to open and let it in3. It's part of nature. May the soul of the young man continue to rest in perfect peace till we meet again in the kingdom of God.


The Entire University of Mines and Energy, Sunyani Senior High School Alumni and the entire country have lost a gem who could have turned the scientific fortunes of the country round.


" Frederick was a team player, religious and very respectful. His death shocked me to the marrow. The last time we met was at the World Sciences Webinar. I never knew that was the last time I'm going to see him. It's so unfortunate" His mate Engineer Blankson Tetegu posted on social media

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Appiah Frederick Nana Yaw Asuama Sunyani University of University of Mines and Energy

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