- A teacher at the Mampong Nursing Training College has reportedly damaged hairs and school uniforms of some trainee nurses
- One of the students sustained an injury after the teacher cut her skin with the scissors she used
- A handbook provided to the students shows punitive measures attached to offenses
YEN.com.gh has a video of an incident that occurred at the Mampong Nursing Training College.
Information available shows that a teacher named Stella Takyi damaged dresses of students which she believed were inappropriate.
In doing so, Takyi injured one student by causing injuries to the thumb and the private part of a student.
Per a report by Ghanacelebrirties.com, she caused damage to the hairs of some of the students as well.
The handbook provided by the school to the students, however, show that there are guidelines for clothing and footwear.
The handbook prescribes punitive measures such as verbal warnings and seizure of items.
The school authorities are yet to speak on the matter and the injured student is currently in a critical condition.
In other news, Haben Girma, who completed Harvard Law School, was born deaf and blind on July 29, 1988.
She gained admission to a public school where she studied sign language as well as spoken English and Braille.
She is the first blind and deaf woman to complete Harvard and is currently a disability rights advocate in the United States of America (USA).
Details available show she attended Lewis and Clark College and later the Harvard Law School where she earned her J.D in the year 2013.
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