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Sad News hits KNUST as another student passes on

• Juliet, a third-year Nursing student, was known for her academic excellence and was a top student in her department.
• Juliet’s death marks the seventh student loss within three months, adding to the university’s ongoing grief.
• Abena Antwiwaa Anti, a promising second-year Doctor of Pharmacy student, also passed away on March 18, 2024.
• The university’s grief continues, with memories of Juliet and Abena serving as reminders of the preciousness of life and the importance of cherishing every moment.

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The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) community is in mourning once again following the tragic death of Otchere Juliet Junty, a third-year Nursing student.

Known for her academic excellence, Juliet was regarded as one of the top students in her department. Her passing has left a deep void in the hearts of her fellow students and faculty members.

Juliet’s untimely death marks the seventh student loss within just three months, adding to the already heavy burden of grief the university has been carrying.

She was also a former student of the Keta Senior High School (SHS) 2020 batch, where she undoubtedly left a lasting impact on those who knew her.

This devastating news comes shortly after the passing of Abena Antwiwaa Anti, a second-year Doctor of Pharmacy student, who was hailed as a promising young scholar.

Abena’s death occurred on Monday, March 18, 2024, further deepening the sense of loss within the KNUST community.

As the university continues to grapple with these heartbreaking losses, the memories of Juliet and Abena will live on in the hearts of those who knew them.

Their dedication to their studies and their potential for greatness serve as a reminder of the preciousness of life and the importance of cherishing every moment we have.

 

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