Sad: 11 Years Primary Student In Critical Condition As Tree Uproot And Fell On Him
A boy with the name Andrew Yeboah Godwin who is said to be a basic four (4) Student at Presbyterian Primary school at Yeji in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana.
According to source from Angel tv and fm stations, Andrew Yeboah Godwin's mother sells sachet water (pure water) at the school and anytime the school is on break the boy goes to the mother to help her and sell the water so that he might get food to eat. As it has been their routine, the boy yesterday went to school and when there was break she went to the mother to help her and to eat as well but very unfortunate, a tree which has been on the school compound has been uprooted and fell on the Eleven year old boy.
This is very sad and we wish not to be hearing such stories in the country because we pray always not to face any bad news as citizens and family in the nation. The government must attend to the boy quickly and make sure that the school environment will be well conducive for the children and whoever is there.
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