- Ejisuman SHS sexual harassment victims have been forced to appear before the school's disciplinary committee
- They could face suspension or outright dismissal for speaking to the media and leaving campus without permission
- One of the girls was slapped from behind allegedly for wearing the wrong sandals to school after facing the investigative committee
Some girl students of Ejisuman Senior High School (SHS) have been forced to appear before the school disciplinary committee for reportedly going public with their allegations regarding what they say some of the school's staff subjected them to.
According to Luv FM's Erasmus Asare Donkor, who spoke on Joy FM's Super Morning Show on Monday, the female students have been banned from speaking to the media regarding the issue. They have also been accused of leaving campus without the proper permissions.
Since the issue initially hit the airwaves a little while back, officials of Ejisuman SHS were ordered by the Ghana Education Service (GES) to prepare a report on the issue.
The report appears to have been necessitated by the lewd nature of stories shared by the 10 alleged sexual harassment victims.
Regarding the allegations, one student alleged that a teacher asked her to put his penis in her mouth, an account that has since incensed many who have heard about the issue.
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According to Erasmus Asare Donkor, the school's disciplinary committee is scheduled to meet and make several decisions on Monday, February 26th.
The girls could end up punished by either 'de-boardinisation', suspension, or outright dismissal from the school.
Erasmus Asare Donkor revealed that a day after the the girls appeared before the investigative committee - after they went public - one of the girls was slapped from behind allegedly for not wearing the proper sandals to school
The Nkusuohene urged that the girls be given protection prior to the investigative committee beginning its work.
Reports have it that there are also growing calls for the school staff involved to be dismissed by the Ghana Education Service.
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