Professional Trained Teacher who is widely known as Mad Catherine at Mankessim D/A Basic School has put her family and Ghanaians at large in a sudden mourning over her death which took place at Assin Fosu. According to Angel FM News, Madam Catherine who hails from Assin Fosu but teaches at Mankessim sought for a permission to come back from her school authorities to go back to Assin Fosu since she was not feeling well.
When she arrived at Assin Fosu, she treated herself of the sickness she was going through and for that matter her time was up for her to report at school. A day before she report back to school, her sisters of which she sleeps together in the same room realized she wasn't sleeping with them when they woke up and for that matter they were looking for where she is. They then went to her late mother's room and found out that she has hang herself with a sponge and dead.
They then realized that she has left a note beside her of and the note was her bank account number and a Bible quotation. The Bible quotation was psalm 119:3 of which it does not have no relation to the suicide she committed. Police has finally launch an investigation into the issue to find out what really killed Madam Catherine. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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