As a person who has lost a son, from a drowning, 3 yrs ago, FYI, your comment does not come out as being anything comforting for his family or relevant. If such a thing happens to you, personally, losing a child....you would not be so quick to judge a situation or a person. For the record, he could swim, and he had plenty of "good common sense". I know who he is so I feel that I can speak on that subject truthfully, this accident had nothing to do with common sense. I personally live in Kwesi's community,yes it's tragic, but like my mother told me...and she had "good common sense"...if you don't have something nice to say, then don't say anything at all. Be careful with your tongue online and be courteous of others and considerate of feelings especially when someone has suffered a great loss such as this. Thank you.
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