The mortal remains of one of the students of the Tano Community Health Nursing Training College who perished in a gory accident on the Sunyani-Abesim road last weekend was today laid to rest at the Odumasi Cemetry near Sunyani.
As the mortal remains of the beautiful and young Vivian Coffie made its final journey from the Sunyani regional morgue to the cemetery, a host of family members, loved ones and students present shed uncontrollable tears at what could best be described as a young life cut short.
According to unconfirmed reports, the father of the deceased who is also a Jehova Witness and a resident of Kumasi opted for the daughter to be buried in Sunyani because the daughter died doing something that was disgraceful and unacceptable in the eyes of God.
The report further averse that the father also revealed he has no money to bear the cost of moving the mortal remains of her daughter to Kumasi and so opted for her to be buried away from home.
Scores of students and teachers who were present at the cemetery to pay their last respect could not hold their tears as most of them wept uncontrollably as the casket was finally lowered into the grave.
Meanwhile, snippet of information picked by banewsgh.com is that preparations are underway to bury the other three next week.
Last week, four final year students of the Tano Community Health Nursing Training College in the Brong Ahafo region met their untimely death in a fatal accident at Abesim near Sunyani.
Gifty Yeboah, Dora Naza, Florence Osei Tutu and Vivian Coffie all died on the spot whilst the driver of the vehicle sustained various degrees of injuries.
The students according to unconfirmed reports were returning from the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Nominees Jam at the Sunyani Coronation Park when the tragic incident occurred.