On the 6th March 2021, Ghana recorded a tragic incident at Apam in the Central Region. This incident happened after some teenagers went to the beach to have some fun. It was unfortunate out of the 20 teenagers 14 got drown in the sea which led to their untimely demise.
This heartbreaking incident turns the whole community upside down. Parents wept bitterly for the unfortunate demise of their kids. It was an eye saw and one of the tragic incidents which have ever happened in the area where 14 people got drown in the sea.
On the 16th March 2021, a mass burial was prearranged for the teenagers who died in the incident and they were laid to rest.
The two teenagers who survived the tragic incident gave their tribute. In today's news, from Radio Peace Winneba the two teenagers Godfred Apretse and Simon Dadzie have dropped another tough message.
Speaking in an interview with Miss Ama Takyiwaa revealed they have been preaching to their friends to be obedient and also honour their father and mother so that their life on this earth shall be longer.
They believe it was God who saved them from this dreadful incident and they will keep preaching about him day and night.
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