The peace of a school has been threatened with the action taken by some students when they decided to beat and tie up their school principal and bursar over the poor quality of food being served in the school.
The uproar caused by some students in the upper west region of Ghana has caused people to look in that direction after news of the students beating their principal and school bursar circulated. The school administrators got their beating of their lives over the poor quality of food being served them.
According to the information gathered, the second year students were the brain behind this assault as they teamed up to beat the principal and bursar for giving them food below standard.
It was revealed that the students who took part in this act have been punished. The Issa youth leadership training institute students who were part of those caught up in this unruly act have been sent home. The second year students were said to have gathered the first year students in order to deal with the school officials.
The students allegedly tied up the school bursar first before beating him up. After they dealt with him, they attacked the principal. It does appear that the students have been meaning to deal with the officials because of the type and quality of food seen and served to them in the dining hall.
As expected, many of them ran away from the school after the act was done. Bismark Amponsah, the bursar who was beaten to a pulp was rushed to a clinic and later transferred to Wa regional hospital.
Many people asked for the school to be shut down after the news circulated. The Daffiama-Bussie-Issa district security however, concluded that it would be better for the students to be sent home.
“We met yesterday...we said that they should all go home and come back with their parents or their guardians,” said chief superintendent Stephen Ngissahthe, the Wa divisional commander.
The first year students were allowed to remain in the school premises when they pleaded with the authority on the ground that they have no means of paying for their transportation back home.
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