The Cause of Kumaca mysterious deaths will be disclosed today(7th December,2017) — Regional Health Director.

By Joel Bonsu — Ejisu


The Ashanti Regional Director of Ghana Health Service, Emmanuel Tenkorang has urged the general public to disregard varying comments from certain individuals about the cause of recent mysterious deaths recorded at the Kumasi Academy Senior High School popularly known as KUMACA.

Even though many have attributed the mysterious deaths to meningitis, spiritualism and unknown virus, the seasoned health expert debunked all those propositions as unfounded and speculative.

In an exclusive interview with Jobonss, host of Okese FM's "Ghana First" Morning Show, the regional health boss revealed lab results about the deaths is ready, and will be unravelled by the Director General of Ghana Health Service, Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare later today.

"I want to use your platform to entreat the general public to disregard any news item purporting to be the cause of the unfortunate deaths recorded at KUMACA, the official lab results is now ready, and we expect the Director General of Ghana Health Service to disclose it to the general public at a press conference by the close of the day."


Mr Tenkorang further added the regional health directorate will collaborate with authorities of the school to find suitable psychologists and counsellors to psyche the students in the aftermath of this unfortunate incidence.

The Kumasi Academy Senior High School (KUMACA) in the Asokore Mampong Municipality in Kumasi has been hit by four strange student deaths in just six days, and this has created fear and panic for parents and students of the Baptist-Owned Senior High School.

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