On March 6th till today was holiday as the Independence Day was Celebrated in style. During this time of holiday, most people go out to have some fun. It can be the tourist sites, Restaurant, tour or even a visit to the beach.
On 6th of March, most Ghanaians go to the beach to experience the warm breeze of the sea and have some fun with their ones and also make new friends in a way of Public gathering.
Sometimes uncertainties occurs when people gather to have fun as we all know the risk involved in swimming.
Sometimes some fatalities are recorded on such occasions.
However, news currently going viral in Ghana from the central region of Ghana (Apam) has it that, 20 unidentified children have been reported dead after going for swimming in the Apam sea.
This has been one of the most shocking tragedy to ever hit Ghana in this year. The Apam town are in a total shock after such an astronomical number of children dead bodies were retrieved from the sea.
This news did not only came as a shock to the Apam residents but Ghanaians as a whole as netizens have reacted and expressed their sadness in the news.
However, the residents in Apam has been moved by the death of the 20 children as they gather themselves to go and have a look at the mortal remains of these children as they mourn and grieve in tears.
In a video going viral, the Apam residents were spotted in town parading on the street in an eager and sorrowful manner to the scene. They are at the coastal area of the Apam town. Apam town is black with the sad incident that has occurred.
Check out some scenes below;
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