Following a reportage of the death of a final year Senior High School student of Tweneboah Koduah SHS, a conversation depicting his last words has surfaced.
Edward Duut, 19 years, is alleged to have scaled a wall to avoid a routine check by Prep Master, but landed with his chest on the ground, getting hurt in the process.
His father, Larry Duut, has revealed that he had a conversation with the son prior to his death.
That was from a distress call he got from the son, saying:
“Daddy, I am injured, I am injured and feeling dizzy and I can’t talk again…”
Mr. Duut said when he later arrived at the school, he was told his son died after scaling a wall to avoid a routine check by the Prep Master.
His father further noted:
“I called my son on his phone around 11:30pm when a friend picked and took the phone to him.
“When I asked him what has happened, he said he is injured and feeling dizzy.
“I asked him about the teachers and he told me he can’t talk again
“And that’s the last word my son could say. When I got there my son has died.”
He later died at the Kumawu Polyclinic in the Ashanti Region.
The distressed father says the mother was also rushed to the hospital upon hearing the death of their first child of five.
The mother was eagerly awaiting to see her son come home after completing the final paper.
“My wife wouldn’t have been able to speak if she was to be here.
“All that she said was my son and his friends were writing exams, they would come home without my son after the exam, but his dead body.”
Family head, Paul Duut, is not convinced with the police report.
He wants the body to remain in the morgue until the investigation is complete.
“The CID and the school authority have briefed us about what happened, but we are not convinced.
“The body will be at the mogue until the investigation is complete.
“But the family is not happy with the outcome so far…”
Investigation into the death by the Ghana Police has since begun.
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