We all die, but the tales of our passing are sometimes shocking that it must be forever carved in our collective memory.
The rate at which the youths are taking their lives are now becoming so rampant and alarming
A Twenty-Two year old Toase Senior Senior High (3) form 3 student called Kwame Boadu popularly known as Odoa has reportedly hanged himself to death inside his own room at Barekese, the district capital of Atwima Nwabiagya North in the Ashanti Region.
The unfortunate incident which occurred on Wednesday January 24, 2021 has thrown family and friends of the deceased into a state of shock and mourning.
It is reported that the boy was just walking around days before without any signs of suicide only to hear in the next day the sudden incidence happened.
Kwame Boadu was a day student and a very brilliant student whose hard work in school promises a bright future. With wassce at the corner, the bright students has succumbed to death.
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