- Ejisuman SHS has been trending in the news in the last few days
- This follows the sacking of seven girls from the school's boarding house
- The girls were sacked following videos of them making profane utterances that went viral
- Here are some of the videos that got the girls in trouble
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The sacking of some seven female Ejisuman SHS students from the boarding house has made news headlines has been dividing opinion.
While some have supported the decision, others are criticising the school management's for treating the girls harshly.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the girls were sacked from the boarding house over a video that recently went viral.
In the video, the seven — Ruth Owusu, Samira Ibrahim, Adufa Appiah Vera, Patience Twumwaa, Osei Bonsu Juanita, Adarkwa Victoria and Jeannine Agyapong — were spotted promoting immoral conduct in the said.
In a very profane manner, they suggested to other girls to allow men to have their way with them among other adult topics.
Amid the mixed reactions to the students' dismissal, more videos of the girls have popped up.
Judging from these videos, these girls could be described as really spoilt.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported how a female senior high school student went viral on social media after a video of her dancing in a raunchy manner popped up online.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the beautiful girl who was seen in class with other students around. Medikal's Wrowroho song could be heard playing in the background and the fair-looking young lady jumped into action to show her twerking prowess.
As if doing the sexually suggestive dance was not enough, the girl pulled up her dress (which could be a school uniform or outing dress) and removed her pant to show her bare bum.
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