The aim of every student is to go to school and become a better person on future someday. Right from basic school level, school children already have some reasons behind they going to school. Most of the time, teachers asks their students what they would want to become in future. During that moment, you'll be hearing students saying they want to become lawyers, teachers, doctors, pilots, journalists bank managers, military officers, naval officers, engineers, and a her lot of great personalities in future.
Due to what most students want to become in the near future, they take their studies very seriously and also further their education.
Tertiary level education can be very stressful sometimes. When students finally get to the final level, they become a bit relieved. The much excitements and wild jubilation that comes after writing your final exams in the university cannot be measured. That is when a lot of students use a lot means to portray their happiness. Sometimes, they play loud music and jam to the rhythm of the songs. Some also engage in a lot of different activities.
If Ghanaians can recall, a video of a level 400 student of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) surfaced online. In the video, the student who was very excited to finally finish writing his final exams reportedly broke his neck while jubilating. He was then rushed to the hospital.
Sad news coming in this morning suggests that this student has painfully passed away.
Majeed Saani was a Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sports (Hepers) students. Reports had it that, during that faithful day, Majeed and his colleagues decided to engage in an acrobatic challenge to show their wild jubilation. Unfortunately, he landed on his neck, dislocating his spinal cord in the process. He was rushed to Trauma Hospital in Winneba but later referred to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital where he sadly died.
This is the video;
This is a very sad news. May his soul rest in peace.
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