15-year-old girl commits suicide over poor exam results, leaves note with names of people who allegedly laughed at her -A 15-year-old lady who studied at Bwikya Muslim Main Faculty in Hoima Metropolis in western Uganda and sat for her Main Leaving Examinations (PLE) final yr has dedicated suicide after she reportedly carried out poorly.
The police had been knowledgeable by her family members that Daphine Kimuli disappeared from residence three days in the past after Uganda Nationwide Examination Board (UNEB) on July 16, 2021, launched final yr’s PLE outcomes by which she scored combination 25.
Efforts by her household to search out her didn’t yield any consequence till her physique was discovered hanging on a jackfruit tree close to her Residence in Bwikya ward in Hoima East division on Wednesday, July 21, by a 35- year-old neighbor, mentioned Mr Julius Hakiza, the Albertine regional police spokesperson.
The neighbor reported the incident to Kinuubi Police put up which deployed scene of crime officers and the murder staff to analyze.
“The scene was photographed and postmortem has been achieved,” Mr Hakiza advised Every day Monitor UG.
Mr Hakiza mentioned Kimuli left a suicide word by which she listed a number of folks whom she described as her enemies.
“She additionally claimed that there have been folks laughing at her for performing poorly in PLE,” Mr Hakiza mentioned.
Police mentioned the deceased, nevertheless, suggested her fellow kids and family members by no means to commit suicide.
Within the word seen by police, Kimuli mentioned she had determined to depart her purported enemies “to get pleasure from their world as she was going some place else.”
Two folks have been arrested to assist in investigations. One of many suspects was allegedly discovered with Kimuli’s word which she stored with out informing the lady’s household, solely to carry it to their consideration after her loss of life. She mentioned Kimuli had given her the word.
The opposite suspect is among the folks Kimuli described as her “enemies” within the word. The suspects are at present held at Hoima central police station.
The varsity headteacher, Mr Francis Bagonza described Kimuli as a quiet and well-disciplined Pupil.