Troubled former AIDS ambassador for the Ghana AIDS Commission, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah who issued what was considered a suicide note on Saturday, now says she faked it to protect her children in school
She was hoping to go to “a place where there is no sorrow, a place where people will never call my children AIDS children, a place where I will not be judged wrongly, a place where there is no hunger. A place where my children will not be sacked for school fees, a place where we will not pay for accommodation. A place where no one will beat me for using their bathroom.”
Joyce Dzidzor had concluded thus: “May our souls rest in peace.”
Graphic Online duly alerted the police, which quickly deployed to salvage the situation if she indeed intended to carry through the threat.
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EDITOR's NOTE: Joyce Dzidzor has since denied ever telling any friend that the threat she issued was a stunt. Read Graphic Online apologises to Joyce Dzidzor over 'suicide stunt' story