Thomas Tornyi Dies At 57 After University While Attempting His Masters Despite 3yrs Left For Pension
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Published 10 days ago - 4501 views
Mr. Thomas Tornyi Dies At 57 years After completing University with a Bachelor of Arts in Ewe Language Education and Attempting His Masters Degree Despite 3yrs Left For Him to go on Pension as a teacher.
The 2016 batch of the University of Education Winneba are mourning the death of 57 years old Mr Thomas Tornyi who ignored all critics about his age and got enrolled to acquire a degree at an old age.
He reportedly pased on after completing his mandatory National Service as a teacher and wanted to acquire his Masters Degree in the same university.
His mates Announced his death on their year group page on social media. Mr Thomas Tornyi promised himself to get the highest qualification in education. He assured himself that age will not be his limit.
Death however met him on the way after few illness..His colleagues are encouraging people to help them mourn him at Sogakope in the Volta Region of Ghana as follows.
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