- A young man has allegedly been poisoned to death by his friend on his birthday
- They were said to have held a big party for him only for him to be rushed to the hospital shortly after
- The once vibrant celebrant ended up battling for his life long after the party
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A young man has allegedly been poisoned to death by his best friend during his birthday celebration.
According to the narration by Adom FM presenter, Jerry Justice, the young man was hospitalised not long after the celebration had ended.
The doctors, the presenter said, diagnosed the young man with poison in his bloodstream that led to his untimely death.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man was seen all excited and bubbly with two friends by his side as they cut the birthday cake.
One of the friends who stood on his left is seen taking money from his wallet and pushing it into the celebrant’s pocket.
The three friends in the video were all elated as they kept jumping and making merry on the day.
The video has triggered massive reactions from Ghanaians with some calling on God for protection.
Tolo, for instance, thanked God for not having friends, saying no one can be trusted:
Blaq felt so sad:
Elvina and Obaapa asked for God’s mercy:
Joe seems to have a different story about the death, explaining that the young man died of electrocution:
Meanwhile, in other news, the death of a 14-year-old JHS student, Leticia Kyere Pinaman, has been trending.
She is said to have been found hanging in the school's dining hall by a friend.
A full note allegedly left behind by Leticia has been retrieved days after her death.
The content has it that she has 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.
YEN.com.gh earlier published the full content of the note.
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