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19.02.2006 General News

Group Sex Aftermath: Twelve students suspended

By GNA

Mpraeso-Kwahu, Feb.19, GNA - Authorities of Mpraeso Senior Secondary School (MPASS) has suspended 12 final year students made up of 10 girls and two boys indefinitely from the school for indulging in various acts of indiscipline.

The decision was based on recommendations made by its Disciplinary Committee that investigated the conduct of the students.

The students are Selina Nyarko, Abigail Nartey, Priscilla Boadi, Mercy Addo, Josephine Amoako and Linda Tetteh.

The rest are, Esther Boakyewaa, Eunice Megbenyor, Bernice Morrison and Eunice Sarpomah.

The two boys are Stephen Sasu Gyan and Patrick Ntiamoah. Their offences included going to town without authority, spending the night at a hotel, taking alcoholic beverages and wearing un-prescribed attire in town.

Briefing newsmen at Mpraeso-Kwahu on Saturday, Mr Patrick Owusu-Manu, Headmaster of the school said the school authorities had information that on February 5, this year, a group of students from the school visited Moonlight Hotel at Bepong-Kwahu in the company of five men purportedly to have arrived from Accra.

He said the school's Disciplinary Committee was ordered to investigate the allegation and it invited the 12 students for interrogation.

Mr Owusu-Manu said Selina Nyarko, the alleged leader of the group, told the committee that she had a visitor from Accra on that day.

He said Selina told the Committee that her visitor asked her (Selina) to accompany him to the Moonlight Hotel to make reservation for a party to be organized for her (Selina) after completing her schooling. The Headmaster said Selina, realized that there were four other young men with her visitor therefore; she invited other girls to accompany them to the hotel where they entertained themselves with some alcoholic beverages and soft drinks and spent the night at the hotel. Mr Owusu-Manu said the two boys lured the girls to the hotel and played the role as 'gatemen' at the entrance of the hotel to prevent other students from entering the hotel.

The Headmaster said the school authorities had to take such disciplinary measures since their continued stay in the school could seriously affect discipline among the students because they were likely to lure other students into other immoral acts in future. 19 Feb. 06

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