There is a Trending Story that is virtually going viral across all social media platforms in Ghana, where a Painful incident happened at "St. Paul's Roman Catholic Junior School in "Techiman", after some students came to their school in the early hours of today, and discovered the body of their religious and moral education teacher, hanging inside one of their staff rooms.
According to the information gathered by some Eyewitness who were at the scene of the incident, stated that the student Revealed they came to school in the morning, and discovered that the door to their staff room was unlocked, and they thought that one of the teachers came to school very early. It was when they entered the staff room that they saw him hanging on a rope.
It was gathered that the deceased whose name was given as "Mr Paul Dwamena", has been teaching in the "St. Paul's Roman Catholic Junior High School, for over 10 years now. And he was said to have been very close to his students.
"The sudden death of "Late Mr Paul Dwamena", brought a big shock in the life of his Student. Also his fellow staffs are Mourning his demise", Eyewitness Said.
Furthermore, report has it that the matter has been reported to the "Techiman Municipal Police", who stormed the school and conveyed the remains of "Mr Paul" from the school premises, to the "Holy Family Hospital.
May the soul of the Male Teacher who hanged himself, rest in Peace.
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