The whole country is in a state of sorrow after the news that emerged as some of the youth allegedly committed suicide. People lose their lives on daily basis and this is something that is undesirable but inevitable. Howerver, there are intances where the death of some individuals are mostly unexpected and sends shocks down the spine of many.
Another tragic death has hit Ghanaians. The fresh incident is coming from Asin Fosu in the Central Region when a 27-year-old trained teacher identified as Catherine Ansah has allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself with a sponge at Asin Fosu near the Later Day Saint.
According to report, the body of the deceased has been sent to the Police for further investigate. Madam Catherine left behind her bank account number and two bible quotations on a sheet of paper. The grandmother of the deceased disclosed that she suffered a short illness but later she was feeling well.
The instances Ghanaians are committing suicide is quite dicey. The sad news hitting Ghanaians tells we shouldn't take everything for granted.
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