Suicide cases have been on the rise in Ghana recently. It's heartbreaking to think that an eleven-year-old youngster might consider committing suicide.
According to the most recent details we have received, another suicide has occurred, this time involving an 11-year-old child.
According to the information gathered, Isaac Essuman, an 11-year-old class 3 student, committed suicide for reasons only he knows about.
The late Isaac Essuman attended Dambai College of Education Demonstration School in the Oti Region, according to reports.
According to the report, the late young boy's mother insisted that her child accompany her to a prayer meeting, but he told her he couldn't go, and she returned to find him hanged from a tree.
The police department has begun a thorough investigation into why the boy committed suicide by hanging himself.
May his soul rest in peace. Please say a prayer for Ghana in this though moment.
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