Today, March 16, 2021, Ghanaians are mourning the death of over 10 Apam teens who drowned in the Apam sea. It was all tears as family and friends joined them to bade farewell to the children. The country has reported another sad news as another student of a school in Bono East has also suffered an accident.
According to the reporter who spoke on Angel FM Midday news, the boy in question is a primary 5 pupil. Anthony Yeboah Godwin met this unfortunate fate at school. His mum sells water at his school and he usually helps the mum during break time.
According to the report, a wind blew and caused a branch of a tree to fall landing on the boy’s head as he sat beneath the Dawadawa tree during break time. The collapse of the tree caused the boy to suffer massive injuries.
Anthony is well alive but has suffered seizures since he was admitted. Surprisingly, Anthony celebrated his 11th birthday yesterday. For now, all the sellers selling beside the tree have moved for fear of another calamity.
We wish him a speedy recovery.
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