4 years ago, March 19, 2017, at about 18 people, who were high school students on a tour died mysteriously after a large tree fell on them at a popular waterfall spot in Kintampo.This was said to be the most tragic incident to have happened in the Said year as the students together with their teacher were swimming during a storm when the freak accident happened.
There was a huge tragedy in 2017 whereby a teacher together with his students faced a deadly tree attack at the Kintampo water falls killing 18 of his students on the spot A new report by Angel news revealed that one surviving Geography teacher had been neglected for 4 years since the incident first happened.The report also said that he became paralysed from the incident and hence sent a petition to the Government to assist him financially According to the report, the teacher has been threatened by the GES to go back to his school and teach or get dismissed from the school entirely.The reason being that he had stayed home for a long time and he needed to be in the classroom to impact knowledge The report also said that the teacher had given up on life even though he is just 29 years of age What can you say to this?
Eagle Prophet Is Fake:Kintampo Waterfall Paralysed Teacher 'Fires' False Prophecy Over Student Death
The characteristics that define prophets and prophecy is not fortune-telling or future-prediction, and prophecy is emphatically not reducible to soothe saying or calculations.It must come to pass to fulfill the truth.It is evident that a prophet, contrary to the common meaning of the term today, foretells future events and warns of the consequences with his message on the present and on the interpretation of the past.
According to Appiah Kubi, who is a news presenter at Angel Fm, he doesn't understand the reasons why the Ghana Education service will ask a teacher, who was a survivor of the 2017 Kintampo waterfalls accident only 6 months to return to work without even paying for his medical bills.
Renowned entrepreneur, business magnate, philanthropist, role model and patriot, born in June 1933 at Kintampo in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana, Alhaji Asoma Abu Banda was destined to create employment and economic empowerment for many people worldwide.
An elective mathematics teacher with the Wenchi Senior High School in the Bono Region of Ghana is currently battling with his life after a serious accident.The teacher, Daniel Alubadik who is currently paralyzed was involved in an accident at the Kintampo waterfalls.He accompanied some students for an excursion at the Kintampo waterfalls when the accident happened.
President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers Mr Angel Carbonu says, the pictures of some white girls splashed on social media trying to depict that they were students of Achimota School is false.
The region is popular for its many agricultural industries and cocoa farms.Brong Ahafo Region may not be as popular as the Ashanti Region when it comes to tourist attractions but it still holds its own as one of the most beautiful tourist attractions sites in the country.
Two persons; a woman and a toddler, have lost their lives in a fatal accident at Suronuase, a village near Kintampo in the Bono East Region of Ghana.
ECG Dumsor Alerts: Parts of Ghana to experience power outages (Dumsor), from now till December 2021.
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At Kintampo, a horrific event occurred four years ago.Daniel Alubadek, a teacher, took his students on a field trip to the Kintampo water falls.Unfortunately, a dramatic and unfavorable shift occurred.A tree with visible roots was uprooted, killing approximately 20 students on the spot.
Two people, including a toddler, were killed in a car accident near Kintampo in the Bono East Region's Suronuase.
Teacher who led students to Kintampo to meet their death in critical condition but demanded to teach
On 19th March, 2017, an incident happened at Kintampo Waterfalls.This teacher called Daniel led 60 students of Wenchi Senior High school to Kintampo Waterfalls where a very tree fell on them, claiming the lives of some of the students and others injured.This is issue really trended in the country.
Recently, the Electricity Company of Ghana made an announcement that there will be power fluctuations in the Greater Kumasi and its environs.This is not intentional but as a result of some system challenges affect.
The National Road safty Commission in Collaboration with Accra Metropolitan Authority has began series of road safety education in Speed reducing, passenger handling, risk driving behavour and many more during and after the Easter Celebration.
Last Friday, March 19, 2021, stamped precisely four years that 28 people were killed and others harmed after a monster tree fell on them at the Kintampo Waterfalls in the Bono East Region, following a storm.Reportedly, the police pronounced that 22 people were pulled under the substantial tree limbs and
Rose Gyamfuah, a Junior High School understudy at the Savior Preparatory School in Kintampo is accounted for to have disappeared for seven days at this point.
Before you read, please kindly click on the Follow+ button at the top right corner for more informative and trending news daily.Thank you.An accident has occurred at Suronuase near Kintampo in the Bono-East Region and a woman and a toddler have been reported dead.
The Kumasi Metropolis will encounter a discontinuous stockpile of force (Dumsor) until the year's end.This is a declaration rolling in from the Electricity Company of Ghana.
2019 was a year of full of competitions to athletes.Nothing restricted gatherings as there wasn't anything known in Ghana as Covid which has reduced gatherings and trying to cob the interest of those who love games which requires large number of participants and spectators.