Krachi Senior high school is one of the prominent Senior high schools in Kete-Krachi District.
Kete Krachi is currently part of the Oti region and Oti Region is one of the newly created Regions among the 6 new regions in Ghana.
The news coming from Krachi Senior high school [Krasec], is very painful and disheartening as the death of their Headmaster in charge of Academics was announced earlier in the day.
According to the news, he was knocked down by a motorbike as he was walking to buy items from a shop near the roadside.
It was recorded, the rider of the motorcycle sustained few injuries but upon arrival at the Krachi West District Hospital, Mr. Asara Joseph the Headmaster in Charge of Academics in Krachi Senior high School was confirmed dead.
This is very painful as he left two young kids with the wife at home.
Mr Asare Joseph Also taught me and he teaches English Language in Krasec.
Sir!! May your soul rest in perfect Permanent Peace until we meet again.
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