It's also unclear whether she committed suicide or was killed by someone else.
On Monday, May 17, 2021, around 9:45 p.m., fellow students discovered the lovely lady hanging dead in the school dining hall.
Following the interview with Leticia's parents, they say that she did not commit suicide and that there are people to blame.
This has sparked a lot of discussion about the incident. The police department discovered a letter written in Leticia's diary during their investigation.
A diary thought to belong to the deceased was discovered this morning.
She was disappointed in one of the pages she wrote because she couldn't trust the people around her.
She also said that she had a high self-esteem because she was not beautiful.
Leticia Kyere was a final-year Junior High School (JHS) student studying for the upcoming Basic Education Certificate Examination when she died (BECE).
Her death has sparked questions about Ghanaian students' safety and mental health.
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