I don't know St. John's thugs - Accused student

I don't know St. John's thugs - Accused student

 Student accused of inviting thugs to attack her teacher at the St. John's I and 2 primary school at Accra New Town has denied the claims.

Aisha Adam sasy she did not invite the knife-wielding men to the school but was rather forced by them to send them to the school after they met her.

READ ALSO: Group accuses NPP of planning violence ahead of elections“I was coming then I met the guys and they called me but I did not mind them. Later one of them asked me to explain what had happened at school or he will slap me, so I explained everything to them. Then they took me to the hospital for a checkup and from there I went home. So I don’t know what happened after I left for home,” she narrated.

READ ALSO: Former President Rawlings pays tribute to Muhammad AliShe, however, pleaded with the school authorities to re-open the school since it has been shut down following the attack on the teacher.

Meanwhile, the headmistress of the school Grace Ama Richman has called for a relocation of the facility to ensure the safety of teachers and students.

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