Woman, 30 Commits Suicide in Kakata, Margibi County

From Christopher Wiah| GNN Correspondent| Margibi County|

In Kakata, Margibi County, a lady believed to be in her 30s, and identified as  Yamah Mulbah believed to be in her early 30s was found dead after hanging herself with a lappa in the sitting room of her house.

The incident, according to our Correspondent in the County took place last Saturday, May 22, 2021 during the evening hours in the World Bank community, Kakata Margibi County.

GNN Correspondent in the County quoting  local police sources said, the husband of the woman in question, Peter Mulbah said his wife may have committed suicide from a traumatic disorders.

Police investigation sheet also quoting the lady brother, Elijah James Mulbah  said their family have been having  series of issues that whenever the girls children reaches that age of 30, behave unusually, a situation he noted has becomes unbearable.

According to police investigation sheet, the husband Peter Mulbah also told the police that his late wife Yamah Mulbah had said that she always see  group of motorcyclists chasing after her whenever she comes home.

Mr. Mulbah told the police that base on the strange attitude of the woman he decided to send her to her family in Kakata to spent two months before surprisingly receiving a call that his wife has committed suicide just a day after arriving in Kakata.

Meanwhile, friends of the deceased said she told once told them that she can’t afford roaming the street mad this statement some believe may have lead to her committing suicide.

The deceased Yamah Mulbah is a mother of two children and a residence of the Moses Blah community in Paynesville.

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