The residents of Akyem Aperade was thrown into a state of shock after seeing the lifeless body of a young man hanging on a coconut tree.
News reported by Kojo Ansah on Starr fm is indicating that a 25-year-old man Kwasi Antwi has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself on a tall coconut tree after he climbed with a ladder.
The sadden incident occurred on Monday, October 11th about 5:30am in Akyem Aperade Bonkagyeesu, a farming Community in the Achiase District in the Eastern region.
However, a team led by Constable Ameteme Amos Teye was dispatched to the scene upon receiving information and found the deceased hanging on the coconut tree with about 18 feet ladder leaning against it.
Data also has it that a total of sixty (60) suicide cases were recorded in the Eastern region during the first quarter of this year placing second to the Ashanti region which recorded the highest suicide cases of 61 out of 417 recorded in the country during the period, according to the Ghana Health Service.
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