- A 27-year-old trained teacher identified as Catherine Ansah has allegedly committed suicide
- She died after hanging herself with a sponge in a house at Assin Fosu in the Central Region
- A video of her remains being carried away by three men has emerged online
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A 27-year-old trained teacher identified as Catherine Ansah has allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself with a sponge at Assin Fosu in the Central Region.
The heart-rending incident reportedly occurred near the Latter Day Saint Church in Assin Fosu.
Other details about her are yet to emerge. However, a video of three men transporting her remains in a body bag has surfaced online.
The video sighted on the Facebook page of Peace FM shows scores of people at the house where she hanged herself to death.
Meanwhile, the police are yet confirmed the suicide incident and explained the circumstances surrounding her demise.
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YEN.com.gh previously reported the father of a 14-year-old student who allegedly committed suicide, Williams Kyere is insisting that his daughter did not take her own life.
Leticia Kyere Pinaman, a final year student of the Miracle Educational Academy Junior High School (JHS) in Sunyani in the Bono Region, allegedly committed suicide at about 6:30 pm on Monday, May 17, 2021.
The incident reportedly occurred whilst other students had gathered at the school's church auditorium for Bible studies.
In a separate story, after working as the head janitor at Hightower Elementary School in DeKalb County, Georgia for over two decades, Tylan Bailey has graduated with a teaching degree.
Bailey graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in teaching that he hopes to use to become a physical educator, becauseofthemwecan.com reports.
He attained this feat through hard work, which he began when he decided to go back to college and took classes between his hectic work schedules in 2017.
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