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KNUST: Claims That Understudies In Fender Bender Were Drunk Not Confirmed

KNUST: Claims That Understudies In Fender Bender Were Drunk Not Confirmed

The Public Relations Officer (PRO), for the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Daniel Norris Bekoe, has said claims that understudies engaged with the auto accident were flushed can’t be discovered.

Two understudies kicked the bucket in a mishap in Kwame Nkrumah University of Technology (KNUST) on Saturday, March 27, 2021 after a driver of a private cantina vehicle which was arranging a sharp bend coincidentally veered off and ran into a colossal tree.

One of the understudies, who is said to have been in his last year as a clinical understudy, is the child of the Nalerigu-Gambaga MP, Alhaji Seidu Issifu Baba.

The three others endured extreme wounds and are accepting treatment at the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

After the mishap, there have been reports that the understudies in the vehicle who were engaged with the mishap were smashed and were getting back from a club around.

In any case, responding to the cases on Atinka FM’s AM Drive with have Kaakyire Ofori Ayim, PRO for the KNUST, Daniel Norris Bekoe, clarified said the school can’t deny or affirm the cases.

As indicated by him, the Police were reached to go to the scene when the mishap was accounted for.

He approached the overall population to halt from hypotheses and sit tight for the authority report from the school.

“We can’t affirm whether the understudies were to be sure smashed before the mishap. The police report will come out with the reason for the mishap,” he added.

Another understudy likewise passed on in KNUST after he tumbled off a flight of stairs in Unity Hall in the University.

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