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By Mantonginimy | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 31 views

A 21-year-old boy of the old Takoradi Saint Mary's S.H.S in the Western Region named Mohammed Kojo Musah, has apparently taken his own life in his room with a note joined, demonstrating the reason for his activity.

Affirming the news on telephone with DGN Online, Kofi Tutu, said the occurrence happened today 30th March, 2021, at Abura Academy in the Cape Coast.

Per the newscaster, the boy's dad said that his late child, Mohammed was sociable and nothing showed anything was stressing him which will trigger him to take his own life.

Mr. Mohammed Kwabena claimed that at 8:00 am yesterday, his wife gave him cash to fix his spoilt Television and also purchase some items with the balance yet he returned around 11:00 pm and went into his space to rest without articulating a word.

"today I was outside when l heard my little girl, spouse, and neighbors grieving, I hurried home and discovered that, my adored child Emmanuel Kojo Musah has hanged himself to death," he said.

Mr. Musah said the case has been accounted to the University of Cape Coast Police Command for additional examinations.

He added that the Police CID found a note but didn't uncover what was written in it.

His parents spoke with the media, saying "we have confidence in the police as they have effectively begun examinations concerning their son's death to come to terms with the genuine cause for his death which was covered up in the letter. "

The deceased's body has been deposited at Cape Coast Teaching Hospital for further assessment on the cause of death while officer's are still investigating into the matter.


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