Ghana: BPA Commiserates With UENR Over The Killing Of Engineering Student

The BPA delegation in a group photograph with management of UENR

Bui Power Authority has paid a visit to the University of Energy and Natural Resources (URNR) to commiserate with the management and students of the institution after a robbery incident that led to the death of Abdul Aziz Issah, a renewable energy engineering student of the school.

The deceased, a level 400 student, and other colleagues were returning to their campus in Sunyani after a study tour of the

Bui Generating Station, when they encountered armed robbers, resulting in his untimely death.

Consequently, the BPA CEO, Ing. Samuel Kofi Ahiave Dzamesi, delegated some of the senior officers led by the Director of Estates, Mr Wumbilla Salifu, to commiserate with the Vice Chancellor of the UENR.

In a letter addressed to the Vice Chancellor of UENR, the CEO of BPA, Ing. Dzamesi, conveyed his condolences to the family of the deceased and extended his sympathies to the affected students and wished them a speedy recovery on behalf of the  management and staff of Bui Power Authority.

On his part, the Pro-Vice Chancellor of UENR, Prof. John Kuwornu, who received the BPA delegation on behalf of the Vice Chancellor of UENR, thanked Samuel Kofi Ahiave Dzamesi for showing care and affection to the deceased, the affected students and the entire university community.

In addition, he appealed for support for the bereaved family and the other students who sustained various degrees of injury.

Other members of the BPA delegation included the Deputy Director of Renewables, Maxmillan Kwarteng, and Senior Corporate Affairs Officer, Mawuli Fui Kwadzovia