Connect with us

    Hi, what are you looking for?

    Level 400 student's death prompts a response from KNUST
    Level 400 student's death prompts a response from KNUST


    Level 400 student’s death prompts a response from KNUST

    Following the unexpected loss of Epiphany Asare, a bright level 400 Communication Design student, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) community is in sorrow.

    MIGHT BE INTERESTED  Eyewitness Accounts, a Video Regarding the Conti-Katanga Clash for Knust Students

    Additionally, Epiphany was enrolled in KNUST’s College of Arts and Built Environment, where she was honing her creative abilities.

    The University’s administration announced her passing in a post, stating that she had died following a brief illness.

    Unverified rumors that she suffered from stomach ulcers and abdominal aches are rampant.

    Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

    The institution sent its sincere condolences to the young student’s family and friends and conveyed its profound sadness over her demise.

    Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

    It has been requested that the student body remember Epiphany for the good influence she had on people around her.

    Friends and coworkers had warm recollections of her exuberant personality and commitment to her studies.

    Information about the memorial service and how to help the bereaved family will be shared soon.


    Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

    Click to comment

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    under ads

    You May Also Like


    Young Bull, a Ghanaian young rapper Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, popularly known as Yaw Tog is on heat as he release another street anthem. The...

    International News

    The potential impact of a whistleblower’s allegations on Elon Musk’s proposed $44 billion acquisition of the social media platform is the subject of a...

    Celeb News

    Mr. Eazi promised to recognise outstanding student at C.K. Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences (CKT-UTAS), in Navrongo, Upper East Region, Ghana, Now,...


    Two online Information Technology degrees have been made available by the Open Institute of Technology (OPIT), an EQF (European Qualification Framework) -accredited higher education...

    Social Media Auto Publish Powered By :
    Verified by MonsterInsights