Mother Of SHS Girl Who Hanged Herself Finally Speaks and Drops Shocking Revelations Contrary To The Earlier Report -WATCH VIDEO 

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Emerging report available has it that the sad mother of the SHS girl who hanged herself has finally spoken and leaves many wondering.

Her comments, thus the cause of the death of her daughter appeared to be different from what media report earlier gathered.

The 14-year-old SHS girl, Leticia Kyere Pinaman, was found hanging in a dining hall.

According to the woman, the girl did not hang herself to death but was rather hanged after she had died – She explained that the doctor gave different indications that a person who dies by hanging should have, but Leticia had none

The mother of Leticia Kyere Pinaman, a 14-year-old student of Miracle Senior High School at Sunyani, who has been reported to have committed suicide, has debunked the claims.

In a video sighted  on the Instagram handle of Facts and truths official, the heartbroken woman indicated that, according to the doctor, her daughter was dead before she was hanged.

She gave the different indications that, according to the doctor, people exhibit when they are hanged alive but added that Leticia did not have any.


“According to the doctor, there was no sign of death by hanging. Her tongue didn’t protrude, she didn’t pass any faucal matter or urine. And that means, she was dead before getting hanged”, her statement translates. The Housemistress of the school, Gift Acheampong, spoke to Citi News narrating her side of the story in the words: “I was in the kitchen when I heard the students shouting. I rushed there and saw her hanging, so I quickly rushed to the church auditorium to call the proprietor and the proprietress.

The Sunyani Division Police Crime Officer, DSP Kingsley Wiredu, confirmed the incident and said his outfit is gathering facts and would brief the media at the appropriate time. The body of the student has been deposited at the Bono Regional Hospital Morgue.

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