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SHOCKING LOSS: Mr. Kelvin Woegah,PRO of All Nations University SRC, passes away tragically following a sudden illness

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Late SRC PRO, Mr. Woegah Kelvin

Mr. Kelvin Woegah, the PRO of All Nations University SRC. He had been serving as the assistant PRO to Pearl Dunyo for the 2022/23 year batch and later took on the role as the official PRO for this year’s SRC in 2023/24. Mr. Woegah was greatly respected and loved by all students. His vibrant personality and down-to-earth attitude made him a highly energetic figure on and off campus.

Last Friday, Mr. Kelvin departed from the Main campus due to a minor illness(Complained of his chest) that required immediate medical attention this was divulged by a close relative.

Late Kelvin Woegah at lecture hall, All Nations University,main campus at Akwadum

Unfortunately, he met with a tragic end at an undisclosed healthcare facility in Accra. Mr. Woegah sadly departed on the morning of Tuesday, November 21st, 2023, at approximately 10:20 am. The cause of late Kelvin Woegah’s sudden demise remains unknown.

Following the report, many were left in a state of shock and disbelief. In order to confirm the news of Kelvin’s sudden passing, some individuals even reached out to a relative for verification. Close friends, family, and even fellow students are now grappling with the tragic loss.

SRC president H.E. Bob Dery expressed that Kelvin Woegah was a perfectionist who had set a goal to become one of the top engineering students. True to his determination, Kelvin consistently achieved the highest grades in his class every semester.

From left, Late Kelvin Woegah and the current SRC President, H.E. Bob Dery

The vice president of SRC, H.E. Goldman Manison, has also expressed his sentiments and shared his cherished memories with the late Kelvin Woegah. He kindly provided me with meals during my first semester when I was inexperienced in cooking. He displayed great kindness and thoughtfulness.

SRC vice president, Goldman Manison.

Also, H.E. Eleanor Amponsem, the president of SRC-WOCOM, expressed her gratitude towards the late Kelvin Woegah, stating, “We sincerely appreciate you for being the driving force behind this journey.” Additionally, she extended her gratitude for the memories, the laughter, and the unwavering support.

From Left, Financial controller for EHASSA(Edzie Kate), Late Kelvin Woegah & H.E. Eleanor Amponsem (WOCOM President)
BASA President , Arthur Akosua Gyeduah

from BASA’s office, H.E. Arthur Akosua Gyeduah, reflected on her memories of the late Kelvin Woegah. She described him as a peacemaker with a great sense of humor. During their last personal interaction at the budget reading, Kelvin jokingly mentioned that he should visit the school of business career services because “the item 13 are rich and also the retreat.”


He was known as one of the exceptional and influential students at the university. As a third-year student studying biomedical engineering, Mr. Woegah was not only dedicated to his academics but also actively involved in the schools ushering department. Additionally, he was renowned for his strong Christian beliefs and lived his life accordingly, always displaying an outgoing and friendly personality. His vast knowledge about the principles of life made him approachable and well-liked by others.

Mr. Woegah played a crucial role in bridging the gap between the student body and the university administration. He ensured that students were well informed about important announcements, deadlines, and any changes happening on campus. He was always available to address any concerns or queries raised by students, making him a reliable point of contact for the student community.

It is truly heartbreaking to lose such a bright and promising individual. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mr. Woegah’s family, friends, and all those who had the privilege of knowing him. May his soul rest in peace, and may his positive impact continue to be felt within the university community for years to come.

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  • Jeremiah November 23, 2023

    I used to tease him in our office during his internship at UGMC. He goes like Soldier dieeerrr u dont hide things and you straight away amd plain. He was always ready to learn how equipment were remedied.

  • Ellen Amfo November 24, 2023

    Hmmm may his soul rest in peac

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