Tragic Another All Nations student dies after falling from 4-storey building

It is still unclear circumstances surrounding his death, as school authorities are tight lipped on the matter.

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A student of the All Nations University in Koforidua in the Eastern Region met his untimely death when he fell from the fourth floor of a hostel in the school.

The student, named only as Darlington, a level 100 Oil and Gas Student died early Wednesday, Accra-based Joy FM has reported.

It is still unclear circumstances surrounding his death, as school authorities are tight lipped on the matter.

This is the second time such unfortunate incident has happened in the school.

Earlier in March this year, One Benedicta Nana Esi Aidoo, 22 fell from the top floor of the school’s storey building, where she was praying with about 20 members of the Campus Prayer and Evangelism group.

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