The leaders of Miracle Senior High School in Suyani, Bono, have issued a warning to the media and family members not to propagate false information regarding the death of the young girl, Leticia Kyere Pinaman, and to leave everything to the police, who are now investigating the cause of her death.
On Tuesday, it was reported that this young girl, Leticia, allegedly hanged herself in the school's dining hall, shocking the pupils and teachers at Miracle School, who have no idea why she hanged herself to death.
Following the announcement of the young girl's death, various videos have circulated in the media, implying that the young girl was murdered by someone at the school.
According to reports, one of the videos that went viral was of a supposed sister of the deceased, Leticia, telling the school board not to humiliate her sister after she was killed for reasons that only the school knows about.
The school board, on the other hand, has issued a warning to the media to cease lying and allow the police to conduct their investigation.
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