Mr Kwame Jantuah, a Ghanaian lawyer, feels that children who must cross rivers to get to school should be trained to swim. He says that by doing so, tragic boating accidents will be avoided.
“Isn’t it a good thing to teach the students how to swim?” he questioned on Friday, May 12’s Big Issue on TV3.
On their way home from school, nine youngsters from Accra’s Faanaa island colony drowned.
He made this recommendation after 3News reported that nine kids drowned while traveling from Faana to Kelee in the Greater Accra Region’s Ga South Municipality.
According to additional information from 3News correspondent Joseph Armstrong, who broke the story first, the youngsters varied in age from
According to Joseph Armstrong and Christian Afiadenyo, Municipal Directors of the National tragedy Management Organization (NADMO), three kids avoided the tragedy.
He stated that one of the kids was in command of the boat at the time of the incident, although he is unsure about this information.
According to Mr Afiadenyo, the boy could have been one of the three survivors. According to reports, the town has been in sorrow since the incident.
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