Sad news as Student and Staff of University of Ghana woke up to see the body of a cute lady lying in a pool of blood after allegedly jumping from the fourth floor of her hostel to the ground.
According to report, Nyarko allegedly jumped to her own death from her hostel room which is on the fourth floor of Akuafo Hall at the University Campus.
Matilda Wemegah who is the spokesperson for the University of Ghana confirmed the incident to the media.
"A student who was on the first floor of Akuafo hall saw a body in a pool of blood on the ground and alerted the porters which they later found out that it was female living in that same hall. They immediately called Legon police alongside doctors who came with ambulance to pick up the body", Matilda Wemegah said this to the media.
According to Nyarko's roomates, they all went to bed as usual and they only realized what has happened only after the porter alerted all hall resident.
According to Nyarko's father, her daughter is on a treatment for mental health. With pains her friends described her as a good person.
Mr Ofori Anokye who is the head of Legon police district reveals that a possible investigation will start immediately.
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