The Wesley College of Education, Kumasi is reported to have been sprayed with faecal matter in over 10 classrooms by unknown persons on Tuesday night supposedly in further protest against a new examination policy that allowed a student just one opportunity to rewrite a failed paper or be sacked.
The development comes less than 24 hours after the students staged a demonstration chanting war songs against the new policy by the examination authorities from the University of Cape Coast.
A tour of the affected area indicated a huge presence of flies and very offensive stench emanating from the faeces.
Some of the students have managed to bring out all the furniture in the affected classrooms to enable them clean the classrooms to make way for lectures to continue.
The incident is said to have occurred around 4:30am Wednesday morning.
Other tutors contacted would not comment on the happening in the absence of the Principal of the School, Mr Eric Famiyeh, who had travelled to Accra to attend to a crucial meeting organised by the Council for Tertiary Education regarding the new examination policy.
The trainee teachers on Tuesday embarked on a peaceful demonstration to kick against a new examination policy that gives a student just one opportunity to rewrite a failed paper or be sacked.
According to them, the introduction of the policy was an attempt to fleece and reduce their numbers.
Policemen who were dispatched to the school reportedly brutally assaulted the students.