Many caring Ghanaians are still mourning the death of the 16-year-old secondary school student who was discovered hanging from a rope. She was murdered by people who later hanged her on a rope to confuse people, according to sources. She then committed suicide. God is keeping an eye on us all.
Another sad piece of news from Assin Fosu in Ghana's Central region is that Catherine Ansah, a 27-year-old qualified teacher, has committed suicide by hanging.
Suicide is on the rise in many parts of the world right now, and Ghana is no exception. What is going on in today's society? Might it be that wickedness, tension, depression, and poverty are driving people to commit suicide?
In Assin Fosu, the incident occurred near the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Catherine Ansah took her own life with her own sponge. Assin Fosu police department has started a comprehensive investigation into the matter, the cause of her decision to end her life is unknown.
As they saw Catherine's body wrapped in a polyurethane bag and taken away to the morgue, several residents who knew her when she was alive couldn't hold back their tears.
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