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Troubling Times: Two Promising Females Have Died Mysteriously In Just Two Days – Intriguing Details

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The past two days have not been easy for the country as two promising females have died in circumstances that can best be described as mysterious.

Many are wondering the reasons behind their deaths. One of them who is a student with the Miracle School died in a school’s dining hall.

As Ghanaians and family members are still mourning her death, another female trained teacher has been reported dead allegedly through suicide at Assin Fosu in the Central Region of Ghana.

The sad incident was reported by Peace FM this Wednesday, May 19, 2021. It indicated that the deceased, Catherine Ansah is a twenty-seven-year-old trained teacher.

The reasons for her sudden demise are yet unknown. The body has since been conveyed to the morgue for preservation and further investigations.

Close friends and relatives have indicated that the late Catherine Ansah was a very calm person who exhibited no signs of going through problems.

They expressed shock after her lifeless body was found hanging.

The Body of Catherine Ansah being carried

Leticia Hyere Pinamang, who was a student with the Miracle school also died in the boarding house of her school. Her parents and mates are still struggling to understand the reasons behind her death.

It is alleged that Leticia Hyere Pinamang also committed suicide but the parents have denied the allegation. Their reasons are that doctors did not find any signs of suicide on her.

Laticia Pinamang (Late)

It is troubling to note that young persons with promising futures are currently dying mysteriously. Their dreams have obviously died and their families are going through trauma.

Many have called for the Police to run investigations to know the main cause of the deaths.

Most people go through psychological problems but make no attempt to explain their challenges to anyone.

Some Ghanaians have argued that the country must have designated centers where people with peculiar problems can freely walk to and seek help.

These suggestions must be considered to reduce the number of young people ending their lives without tangible reasons.

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