It was a sad day for the country as young prospects who could have grown in becoming the next stars featuring in the finest of places in the world football leagues saw their sudden demise from the face of the earth.
They were crushed in an overloaded vehicle "trotro" from a return journey after a successful registration for their upcoming juvenile league.
These young once received heroes burial service and a burial tomb in honouring their respective genuine soul.
Weeks after their burial their respective parents and guardians received cash prices from the government, GLICO and other benevolent givers.
Their tombs are currently the best of all in the municipality, for they truly deserves that honoury act.
The tombs have been tiled and have a tombstone attached to to their beautiful place of eternal rest.
These 7 departed young football stars have an epitaph attached to their respective tombs having a beautiful inscription which reads "for the love of football here we lay"
1• ABDUL JAMEL
2• ALBERT ANAABA
3• RICHMOND ANTWI
4• EDWARD ATTA ACHAW
5• CLIFFORD OFORI AMANFO
6• SAMUEL BOAKYE AMANKWAH
7• ALEX KOFI AGYEMANG MANIMAH
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