In an interview with Joynews, Very Reverend JB Dankwa gave practical reasons how a Ghanaian learned student Adam Gafaru died at the Arizona State University. He also gave an advise to the President of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo on how to stop such avoidable death.
The Methodist Church pastor noted that, Adam Gafaru wouldn't have died if he knew how to swim. According to him, Gafaru sadly died in a swimming pool.
" His death is so painful. Dying in a swimming pool is sad. I want President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to Quickly construct swimming pools in all schools in Ghana. They should start swimming lessons from KG to the tertiary.
Not only that, swimming will equip the children enough to represent the country in international competitions. More importantly, how Gafaru died in a swimming pool could be avoided " Very Reverend JB Dankwa told Joynews in an interview.
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