Two students of St. Mary’s Boys Senior High School at Apowa in the Western Region have sustained major cutlass wounds following an attacked by unknown robbers.
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The two whose identities have been withheld have been admitted at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.
Reports say that they were attacked around 11pm on Saturday in their dormitory while they were asleep.
According to Citi News, the Parents Teachers Association (PTA) Chairman for St. Mary’s Boys Seminary, Barima Twum, who could not immediately give reasons for the attack told journalists that the two victims sustained major injuries to the head and were initially rushed to the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Sekondi.
''After receiving some emergency assessment, they were referred for critical attention to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital. The current state of these students are yet to be determined, as authorities of the school engage the parents on the situation. The police have also been informed and investigations is underway'' he said.
Barima said this is not the first time such an attack is happening although this has been the deadliest.
He said there is strong suspicion that the assailant is from the community.
Reports say the suspect took away a chopbox of provisions but yet to confirm this from the school authorities.
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian female hairdresser identified Regina Okine has recounted an ordeal of how she was tempted by a lady pastor at her salon at Adabraka in Accra.
Adomonline.com reports that Regina Okine of Royal Beauty Salon, reveals she had never offered services to the pastor (name withheld) the absence of her madam. ''This woman comes to our shop everyday but never allows me to touch her hair so I was shocked when she came one day when my madam was absent.
So I decided to do it for her and while doing it I was praying hard.''
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