- OLA Girls Senior High School has forgiven six students who were filmed having fun with alcohol
- They were asked to go and sin no more
- Security has however been tightened on campus
OLA Girls Senior High School has pardoned the six students who filmed themselves having fun with alcohol soon after finishing the West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).
The decision was taken after the students appeared before the disciplinary committee on July 1, 2019, admitted their guilt, apologised and pleaded for pardon.
The students also pleaded for forgiveness from the Past OLA Girls’ Association, Ghana Education Service, Parent Teacher Association and the Roman Catholic Church.
Per a report by myjoyonline.com, the six students were forgiven and asked to go and sin no more.
YEN.com.gh understands that the students treated themselves to a cocktail of hard liquor (kpokeke) and Coca-Cola, filmed themselves in the act, and later posted the clip on social media.
The headmistress, Madam Regina Coffie stated that the school would not tolerate any such conduct from any student in future.
She revealed that security had been intensified on the campus, following the incident and that discipline must prevail on campus.
In another report, YEN.com.gh understands that the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has impounded a caravan with registration number AS 4077 U, which was loaded with 150 ‘Kufuor gallons’ of diesel.
Information available suggests that the diesel, suspected to be stolen from Libya, was being transported via the high seas to some parts of West Africa.
According to the Akanu sector commander, Chief Superintendent Attoprah Godson, the vehicle carrying the products was intercepted around 4:30 am of Saturday July 6, 2019.
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