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Tears Flow As Ghanaian Student Studying Medicine In Cuba Suddenly Dies

According to reports, Erasmus Klutse, a Ghanaian student who was studying medicine in Cuba died after he fell sick and could not receive adequate medical care from the hospital.

Nowhere is indeed cool on planet earth.

It appears Ghana is not the only country with a bad healthcare system as even Cuba with the best doctors were not able to save the life of a 23-year old Ghanaian student.

According to reports, Erasmus Klutse, a Ghanaian student who was studying medicine in Cuba died after he fell sick and could not receive adequate medical care from the hospital.

According to his Ghanaian colleagues, Erasmus died on Friday, May 7th in Cuba, and the majority of them blamed his sudden death on the healthcare system, saying it was very poor.

His colleague revealed details of his sad passing.

Just this last Friday, we lost a student of ours, a brother, Erasmus Klutse and one of the reasons why we lost him was because of the poor health treatment that we’ve been receiving. And the issue that we have is that the mission here has made it very easy for the Cubans not to make us a priority when it comes to our health because if they had sent an ambulance to him, we feel that his death could have been prevented.

Another colleague student revealed on Twitter that Erasmus already had a degree in biomedical engineering and wanted to study medicine in addition because it was his true passion.

The body of Erasmus after his death at 7:00 am was lying in the school until 3:00 pm when it was later conveyed to the mortuary I guess. They robbed me of my friend and church leader due to incompetence… Erasmus who died at the age of 23 had a degree in Biomedical engineering in LEG but wanted to pursue his passion.

May his soul rest in peace.

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