- A family photo of Leticia, the 14-year-old JHS student who took her own life, has surfaced online
- Her parents and siblings had all visited her in school
- The photo proves that Leticia came from a rich home, making it difficult for people to believe that she actually killed herself
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A family photo of Leticia Kyere Pinaman, the 14-year-old JHS student who killed herself, has surfaced on the internet.
Her parents and sisters had visited her on campus in their plush family car which they posed by to take the very photo.
Her father, Mr. Pinaman, was captured dressed smartly in his suit, while her mother rocked her Slit and Kaba designed with expensive lace fabric.
Leticia’s sisters were also dressed smartly, and together, they all smiled at the camera.
It appears one of her good friends in school came with Leticia to see her family as she also joined them in taking the photo.
The photo goes a long way to prove that Leticia came from a well-to-do home, therefore, people might wonder what at all could lead such a young girl to take her own life as the reports have claimed.
Meanwhile, a full note allegedly left behind by Leticia has been retrieved and published by YEN.com.gh.
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.
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