-Mother of the student involved in viral stool video warns the general public
-She revealed that the police was going to punish anyone who still possessed the video
Madam Rebecca Tetteh, mother of the student who was involved in the viral stool video to hit the internet some days ago has sent a word of caution to the general public over the issue.
The daughter of the ‘aggrieved’ mother who was reported to be involved with Mr. Robert Seppey, the Head teacher of Breman Adumanu in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District of the Central Region involved in a viral video according to her mother was not a bad girl.
However, earlier reports had it that the parents of the young lady were aware that their daughter was in a relationship with Mr. Seppey.
Speaking in an interview with Accra-based United Television and monitored by YEN.COM.GH, the Madam Rebecca Tetteh pleaded with authorities to temper justice with mercy and leave the matter be.
She went on to add that she was sure some people had more damning videos on their phones but because they had not been exposed, they were treating her daughter’s issue as if it was one of a kind.
Video Credit: UTV Ghana
Madam Rebecca Tetteh added that due to the gravity of the matter, they have informed the police over the video which was still in circulation on various social media platforms.
She warned that the police had promised to deal with anyone still in possession of the video because it was deemed illegal.
Adding to that, the mother of the student said the police had given them the ‘green light’ to seriously question and deal with anyone they found still possessing the video on any device.
She therefore used the medium to entreat all Ghanaians who were in possession of the infamous video to delete.
Nana Asare Bediako II, the chief of Breman Adumanu in the Central Region also cautioned teachers in the area to stay vigilant to avoid such circumstances. He also advised the teachers to drive away students who wore skimpy clothes to school.
The infamous video is currently still under investigation by committee set up by the Ghana Education Service (GES).
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