Seeing what happened in Eastern Region today has really left people in tears, after 18years old student was crashed to death by a School bus. The sad news really touched the heart of many, eyewitnesses were left in tears while giving account of how the whole accident happened.
The deceased student Sadick Abubakar who attend St. Paul’s Technical School (SPATS) in Akyem Kukurantumi I’m the Eastern Region. A lot of people are seriously heartbroken over the death of the young boy, who was said to have participated in a Math Quiz Competition recently.
However, the boy was riding his motorbike in the school gate area when he got crashed to death by the school bus. The Ghana Police arrived the scene minutes after the accident happened and took away the dead body of the boy to a nearby mortuary. And they promise to carry out thorough investigation and take swift action after their investigation.
May God protect us all from untimely death and May his soul Rest In Peace.
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