- The Ghana Education Service has interdicted eight teachers found guilty of harassing female students
- The fate of the interdicted teachers are yet to be determined by the GES headquarters in Accra
The Ghana Education Service (GES) through a special investigation committee, has found has found eight teachers of Ejisuman Senior High School guilty of sexual misconduct in Ashanti Region.
This follows allegations leveled against some of the teachers by eight of the students about various levels of sexual harassment made towards them.
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According to a Joy News report, a number of the female students are known to have left the school to continue their education elsewhere to avoid being victimized while all eight teachers have been interdicted by the GES.
Reports say the fate of the teachers would be decided by the leadership of the GES headquarters in Accra.
Some of the female students who appeared before the investigation committee, narrated the ordeal they had to suffer from their teachers after refusing to heed to their sexual requests.
An 18-year-old student, whose name is withheld, told the committee that her teacher started making sexual demands from her as far back as 2016 when she was in Form Two.
Below are vivid accounts of some of the students who mustered courage to appear before the GES investigation committee despite threats and intimidation faced by the interdicted teachers:
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