Death they say is inevitable. Hearing news of it is obviously sad even if the victim is an enemy. In the case of suicidal however, only a testimony could tell how sorrowful the incident may be.
The news of the death of the 14-year-old, Leticia Kyere Pinaman had buffled the minds of its audience.
The incident was reported to have occurred at Baakoniaba in the school campus.
Although she was found hanged, a sign of suicidal, yet many believe that it wasn't a suicidal but w murder.
Meanwhile the management of the Miracle Junior High School in Sunyani in the Bono Region has urged the public to desist from peddling false reportage regarding the cause of death of 14-year-old Leticia Kyere Pinaman.
The Housemistress of the school, Gifty Acheampong, said in an earlier submission that, “I was in the kitchen when I heard the students shouting.”
“I rushed there and saw her hanging, so I quickly rushed to the church auditorium to call the proprietor and the proprietress,” she added.
The case according to the school has been reported to the Sunyani Municipal Police Service for the necessary investigations.
In a statement, the headmaster of the school indicated that prior to the incident, Leticia was seen taking part in a weekly Bible study session in the school’s auditorium.
The statement signed by the headmistress added that, “As of now, we do not know the cause of her death, therefore, we are waiting for the outcome of the ongoing investigation. A communique will be issued when the school knows more. We entreat the public and media to desist from calculating false information on print and all social media platforms. As we cherish her memory and look to get to the bottom of this”.
Here is the full statement;
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