Legon students mock lady who slapped her boyfriend with chale wote (Video)

Legon students mock lady who slapped her boyfriend with chale wote (Video)

- Another video of Karen, the Legon student who assaulted her boyfriend with bathroom slippers, has surfaced online

- In the latest video, she is being hooted at as she walks on a pavement on campus

- Social media users have reacted to the action taken by the students

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Another video which shows a young lady identified as Karen on the campus of the University of Ghana, Legon has surfaced online.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that she was captured in a video using bathroom slippers to assault her boyfriend.

The video went viral and compelled her to publicly issue an apology via another video.

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However, some students of Legon have been seen in yet another video mocking her as she walked on campus.

Some social media users have meanwhile reacted to the new video:

Omari stated that all shall pass.

To Osae, Legon is a senior SHS.

Kwaidoo, however, stated that Karen deserves no pity.

Mfum-Mensah expressed fears that this can lead to something bad.

Asare agreed, saying she has been through enough already.

In other news, Sekou Nkrumah, son of Ghana’s first president, Kwame Nkrumah, has lashed out at a Gold Coast Politician, Joshua Attoh Quarshie, for saying his father cleaned toilets for a living. Taking to Facebook, Sekou argued that Quarshie’s comments showed signs of disrespect to his father.

YEN.com.gh reported that Quarshie claimed Kwame Nkrumah never studied in the United States of America (USA).

He went on to say that Nkrumah answered in the negative when the Watson Commission asked if he was a doctor.

He explained that at that point in time, Ghana’s first president was simply trying to write his thesis in Theology.

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