- A 21-year-old man has taken his own life at Abura Academy in the Cape Coast North District of the Central Region
- Mohammed Kojo Musah left a suicide note before committing the act
- The father of the deceased, Mohammed Kwabena Musah explained that his deceased son did not show any signs of worry
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21-year-old Mohammed Kojo Musah has reportedly taken his own life at Abura Academy in the Cape Coast North District of the Central Region
The Takoradi St Mary’s SHS graduate reportedly left a note before committing suicide.
Mohammed Kojo Musah hanged himself to death on Wednesday, March 30, 2021.
In s Starr News report, the father of the deceased, Mohammed Kwabena Musah explained that his deceased son did not show any signs of worry as he actively went around running errands for the house.
He recounted that his wife gave Kojo money to repair his spoilt TV and buy prepaid around 8:00 pm on Tuesday but he returned around 11:00 pm and entered his room to sleep on the same day.
He said the Police CID did not open the note found with the deceased in the presence of the family.
According to the deceased’s father, his late son was a quiet person who did not show any signs of worry and pain that could trigger the incident.
The body has been deposited at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital for autopsy whilst police investigations continue.
In other news, armed men shot and killed a man believed to be in his early 40s in a daylight robbery in Kasoa Opeikuma in the Central Region.
Sources close to the development told YEN.com.gh the deceased was returning from a bank holding a brown bag suspected to be containing an undisclosed amount of cash.
Four guys on a motorbike with one wielding a gun approached the deceased as he waits to board a taxi. After a minute of silent conversation, the guy wielding the gun suddenly shot the deceased and made away with the brown bag.
The guys reportedly sped after the grisly encounter.
The police are yet to make any arrest, sources close to the development told YEN.com.gh.
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