Williams Kyere, the dad of a 14-year-old student who supposedly ended it all is demanding that his little girl didn't end her own life. Leticia Kyere Pinaman, a last year student of the Miracle Educational Academy Junior High School (JHS) in Sunyani in the Bono Region, supposedly ended it all at about 6:30 pm on Monday, May 17, 2021. The episode supposedly happened while different students had accumulated at the school's congregation assembly hall for Bible investigations.
In a video claimed to be the dad of the perished, a man who has been recognized as Williams Kyere, grieves the surprising demise of his girl as he cries wild tears.
A record that went with the terrible clasp claimed that Williams Kyere is demanding that Leticia was killed and hanged to conceal the intolerable demonstration.
But, the Sunyani Division Crime Officer, DSP Kingsley Wiredu, affirmed the occurrence and clarified that the police was directing an examination concerning the matter and would return to the public when the examination is closed. The body of the girl has been kept at the Sunyani Municipal Hospital Morgue forthcoming a post-mortem. Elsewhere in the world.
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