Bibiani College of Health Sciences hostel burns to ashes

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At the Bibiani College of Health, which is situated in Sefwi Anhwiaso in the Western North Region, a fire breakout has taken place.

On Tuesday, June 6, at around 11 a.m., the fire started. The incident happened as students were having their lessons at their various lecture halls, which exacerbated the commotion and worry in the college community.

Fire Service Personnel from Bibiani quickly arrived at the location after hearing the startling news. To put out the roaring fire and stop more damage, they are currently working nonstop.

The specific reason why the fire started is yet unknown. Observers speculate that it might have been brought on by an electrical issue with some of the students’ appliances.

Three dormitories namely Virginia Avenel Henderson,Florence Nightingale and Carlista Roy Hostel were burnt including items belonging to the students and over 200 students have been affected by the inferno that happened on Tuesday, June 6, 2023.

Some students made the depressing admission that they had previously told the authorities about electrical problems they had encountered in the dorm. Unfortunately, despite repeated requests for assistance, no one responded, leaving the problems unaddressed.

In order to determine the extent of the damage and offer prompt assistance to the impacted students and employees, the management of Bibiani College of Health is actively working with appropriate authorities and partners.

However, a full investigation will be carried out to identify the real reason and put safety precautions in place.

As of the time of filling this report we spoke to the prinicipal Mr Thomas Aziamah but he declined to make a public comment over the inferno.

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