This article is about a boy called Osei Bonsu that drowned to death in the western North Region of Ghana.
This news was broadcasted by Angel FM as they explained what happened.The said boy drowned on Sunday.
The said boy reportedly went to swim on Sunday at exactly 7pm with his friends.The boy and friends swam together in the community's water.They later saw that the 16-year-old Osei Bonsu was drowning.
The boy's friends upon seeing Osei Bonsu drowning hurried off to tell the boy's father what was happening.The boy's father then came with them to witness what was happening.
The boy's father upon seeing his son drowning wanted to save him.It took intervention as the boy's father nearly also got drowned.
The boy's body was found and removed from the water and was dead.
The assemblymen of the area was informed.He also Shared his thoughts and said the boys were stubborn and that he warned them several times not to swim in the water but they wouldn't listen.
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