GhPage News Young Ghanaian dance partner of the famous ‘dancing teacher‘ dies

Young Ghanaian dance partner of the famous ‘dancing teacher‘ dies

tragically from an undetected internal bleeding

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Information reaching indicates that the dancing partner of the viral dancing teacher, Percy Jack GH has died.

The death of the incredibly talented young boy, identified as Prince Jackson was confirmed via a post on the facebook wall of  Percy Jack, the dancing teacher

According to Percy Jack the dancing teacher, the young boy had a fall which unknowingly led to internal bleeding. The young lad however did not receive quick medical attention which led to his demise.

Narrating the incident Teacher Percy wrote;

He fell down and no attention was given for 5 days. According to the doctor it is internal bleeding”. 

An anonymous source has however revealed more details regarding the demise of the young boy.

The source said;

The young boy fell down and hit his head whilst playing, however, his parents thought it wasn’t anything serious so they didn’t bother to take him to the hospital.”

The source’s story tallies with the story of the dancing teacher. It is obvious that the young boy bubbling with potential died as a result of undetected internal bleeding.

The remains of little Prince Jackson have been deposited at Kwahu-Atibie Government Hospital facility where he gave up the ghost. The boy was an indigene of Obo-Kwahu in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

The dancing teacher became a sensation after he was featured on BBC, teaching his students through dance. The young lad was his dancing partner, together they made the viral Omo ada formation dance video.



Parents should be extra watchful over their kids and not take any issue for granted. Seek medical attention as quick as possible to prevent and avoidable issue from escalating. Always remember prevention is better than cure. mourns with the family and friends of young Prince Jackson. May the soul of Prince Jackson rest in perfect peace.

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