The Staff of the Nsawam Branch of the GCB Bank in Ghana have been shocked over the death of their female former colleague, Agnes Asempana who committed suicide by hanging.
They disclosed to MyNewsGh.com that the deceased never showed any signs of depression or gave any slightest idea that something was bothering her as at last Friday, July 5, 2019.
“We share jokes do things in common. There was nothing to suggest that she was faced with a problem or was troubled over something”, one of them revealed.
Agnes Asempana committed suicide by hanging at Ayekotse, a suburb of Suhum Municipality in the Eastern Region
Her partially Unclad body was found dangling in a room with a nylon rope fastened to her neck at the scene of the crime.
Sources reveal that the deceased last Friday, July 5, 2019, visited her two-bedroom apartment to pick some items only to commit suicide over what is yet to be established.
It was her younger brother, Bajerisong Lazarus who found her in that state at about 4pm when he went to visit her.
Eastern Regional Police Public Relations Officer (PRO), DSP Ebenezer Tetteh who confirmed the incident to MyNewsGh.com has revealed that no external marks of violence were detected to suggest foul play.
The body has since been deposited at the Suhum Government Hospital mortuary pending an autopsy, while the Police have commenced investigations into the incidents.
Colleagues are however shocked as to what could have triggered the deceased to take her own life in such a barbaric manner.
Close sources are pointing to the fact that it could be linked to a disappointment in relationship or job-related challenges which she has concealed.
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