Losing a child is the most painful thing. Samuel took to twitter to mourn the death of his son who died last night at a boarding school. It is said that he got hurt during the rugby training. He hurt his thighs and was not able to walk. He was taken to the hospital where he was treated and released. People thought it wasn't anything serious. Sadly he passed away last night.
"My son died last night at a boarding school in unpleasant circumstances. God, I really need you to stand with me now more than ever." The father tweeted.
"This is sad. l know this young boy, we used to call him "ED" back then when l was in form 6 and he was in form one. He was a good boy. Its so sad that he passed away in such a tragedy way. May the lord comfort you." Said @Samugai.
"We were training for a rugby match. He got hit on his thigh and we thought it was nothing serious. He was taken to the hospital and was given medication. He was supposed to home home yesterday, unfortunately he died last night." Said @iam_Prowel.
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