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GIJ student flees, leaves behind suicide note after losing GHS 200k to forex trading

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Nancy Asante Bannor left a suicide note behind

A final year student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), Nancy Asante Bannor has disappeared leaving behind a suicide note after losing GHS200,000 to online forex trading.

The final year student, has become an agent through whom other clients trade, including members of her church after being in forex trading for a while.

She is however alleged to have lost GHS200,000 while trading.

Narrating the incident, friends of the final year student indicated that they returned from church service on the night of Monday, 15 November 2021 to find that their friend was gone.

She left behind a suicide note revealing that she had to disappear because the clients who traded under her did not believe that the money for the forex trading had depleted.

According to her friends, her parents were informed about the incident.

Although her father, directed her to come home, she has not been home.

The note read: “I don’t know what the night has for me and what awaits me but the only thing I pray for now is death and nothing else. Please tell God to forgive me and if possible give me another chance. I can’t kill myself at home that’s why I came back and I can’t do it here as well. Please forgive me”.

The incident has since been reported to the Adabraka Police for investigations.

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