- A note allegedly left behind by Leticia, the 14-year-old JSS student who took her own life has been retrieved days after her death
- The note detailed how Leticia felt unloved and unhappy due to being treated badly by friends
- She was found dead by hanging in the school's dining hall
- Leticia's family maintains she did not kill herself as reported but was killed by someone
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Leticia Kyere Pinaman, a former JSS student of Miracle Junior High School, has been trending after the news of her allegedly taking her own life spread like wildfire.
The 14-year-old girl was reportedly found by a student hanging in the school dining hall.
At that point, it was reported that a note was found with the simple words: “There is so much pain in my heart”.
However, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, a full note allegedly written by Leticia before she died has been retrieved.
The content has it that she had been neglected by people she called friends and those she expected to love her more.
According to the note, Leticia’s friends only come around when she has food in her chop box and that made her unhappy.
The note also reads that Leticia had not been happy ever since enrolling in the boarding house because her days were full of sadness.
It reads further that life was being unfair to her and she feels her destiny is not a pleasant thing.
According to the note, Leticia had no one to share her problems with, not even at home, making her feel lonely most of the time.
She allegedly wrote in the note that she was aware the news of her death was going to sadden her friends but she had no option.
Commenting on the alleged note written by Leticia, one Bernard would not believe the content was written by Leticia.
According to him, it might have been written by someone as a plot to cover up the death:
of.bernard: “it's a plot thing. someone intentionally wrote it.”
Abraham was left in tears:
Meanwhile, a sister of the deceased has spoken on the matter and rubbished the report that she was killed.
The housemistress of the school has also commented on the issue.
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