Our older folks have their proverbs that 'it is a plague if dawn comes, and we haven't heard new information'.
Day in day out new stunning things continue occurring on this earth.
So many shocking deaths have been happening recently with two Kasoa boys causing a murder for money rituals who have since been arrested and now this one.
There’s news circulating on social media that a sugar daddy who went to bang his girlfriend at Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology (KNUST) and passed out in the process.
According to the conversation going on social media app jodel and cannot be fully relied on but surely might have some truth in it.
The information from the social media indicates that the girl has since been taken by the police for investigation into the matter.
What could’ve caused the demise of the sugar daddy? We will keep you updated with anything that happens.
Knust is currently trending number one on twitter and other social media platforms.
Below is the conversation that went on social media app called jodel
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