Self-destructive wrongdoings has been wildly occuring these days in the Northern district, particularly in the provincial territories.
The educator, Madam Helina in her mid 30s has purportedly ended it all at her home at Sanguli in the Zabzugu locale without a known reason.
She was seen by a companion holding tight a blue rope in her room on Wednesday morning when the companion visited her.
The expired who has been distinguished uniquely as Helina was a previous understudy at St. John Bosco's College of Education in Navrongo.
She was as of late been presented on Tatale-Sanguli D/A Primary School.
Occupants of Sanguli are pondering and shy of words as what to say concerning her passing
The educator has not left a composed note with respect to the motivation behind why she ended her life and no explanation has been given to her awkward passing.
This occurred at Sanguli yesterday 31st March 2021, in the Zabzugu locale of the Northern district.
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