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SHS Girl From Nsawam Sneaks To Visit Boyfriend At Prampram Before Returning To School: See What Happened

It is said that a high school girl from Nsawam in the Greater Accra Region has died. It seems that the thing happened while she was visiting her boyfriend in Prampram, Volta Region.

The girl was supposed to go back to school in Abor in the Volta Region, but she stopped by the guy’s house for a few minutes before going back. Then something bad happened.

A young Ghanaian girl in high school is said to have died because she went to see her boyfriend before going back to school.

John Destino Charway, who used to host the morning show on Seal radio online and is the founder and president of Ningo Prampram Youth For Development, made the shocking statement.

He said in a Facebook post that the girl lived at Nsawam with her parents. When school started again, she went to her boyfriend’s town, Prampram, instead of going straight to Abor in the Volta Region, where she was supposed to go.

John, who is also a known member of the NPP Executive, said that the girl started having stomach pains when she went to see the guy. She was taken to the hospital, but she didn’t make it.

Since the story is new and still developing, we don’t know the girl’s full name or the name of her boyfriend. We also don’t know if the police have taken up the case. The girl, on the other hand, is said to have died on January 11.

Source: Managing GH

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