A Class Two pupil allegedly committed suicide under unclear circumstances at Tikobo No_2 in Jomoro Municipal Assembly on Monday.
The body of the 12-year-old girl, Vivian Abbah was found dangling from a structure with her two kneels on the ground with a rope tied around her neck.
Hon Augustine Marshall Akainyah, the assembly member of the area told New Day FM journalist, Kaakyire Kwasi Afari that, the body was discovered at around 10:30am on Monday by the owner of the structure who saw the lifeless body of the female student near her house.
Meanwhile, the converged residents at the scene mentioned that it was still unclear why the Class Two at Roman Catholic primary School allegedly took her own life.
The residents and the family of the late Vivian Abbah are however, in doubt and hard to accept that their daughter hanged herself because according to them, a few struggles on the ground at the crime scene don’t convinced them to accept that the deceased took her own life.
The body of the deceased was taken by the police to the Half Assini mortuary pending a post mortem examination.
The assembly member has gathered that the deceased had finished dining with her colleagues during their break period but complained bitterly for not being satisfied with the food they were served together at the school canteen thus, she asked to leave for home to demand money to purchase another food but only to hear of her death.
However, hon Augustine Marshall Akainyah describes the deceased as calm and very respectful person in the community hence her death comes as a biggest shock to him.