Few days ago, a tragic story surfaced in the media about a female teacher popularly known as Madam Catherine or Maame Yaa who committed suicide with a sponge in her mother's room. This story send shivel in the spines of many Ghanaians who were asking themselves "why would a professionally trained teacher do such evil act to take her own life in such manner".
The recent updates of this suicide story which has been confirmed by the Assin Fosu Police Division indicates that, the teacher wrote a bible quotation and his bank account on a sheet of paper before committing the suicide.
The bible verse she wrote down is Psalm 119:3 before she said goodbye to join her deceased mother in the otherworld.
Let us read this bible verse for ourselves.
Psalm 119:3 reads;
"They also do no iniquity: they walk in his ways".
But nobody really understand what she meant by this bible verse in connection with her suicide. Only God knows her heart. May her soul rest in peace.
Before her death, she took a week sick leave from her school authorities at Mankessim and was due to resume school on the same day she committed the suicide.
Life is indeed full of mysteries.
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