A non-governmental organisation, Child Right International has condemned the decision by the management of Ejisuman Senior High School to expel 7 female students from the boarding house.
Condemning the approach of the school, the organisation is of the opinion that the decision by the school to sack the students from the boarding house defeats the purpose of education.
According to the Executive Director of Child Rights International, Bright Appiah, the idea of expelling students from the boarding house is not right and should be discouraged.
Mr Bright Appiah avers that the action of the school will give the students limitless freedom to engage in other immoral acts.
He reveals that students found to have engaged in acts of misconduct should rather be given the needed medical attention.
Authorities of the Ejisuman Senior High School in the Ashanti region last week expelled seven female students from the boarding house.
The students (names withheld) who are all facing three counts of misconduct are third-year students in forms 3A2, 3A7, 3B2, 3H1 and 3H2.
The decision which was taken by the management of the school takes effect from February 6, 2020.
A portion of the expulsion letter sighted by this portal reads: ” The under-listed students have been expelled from the boarding house with effect from today 6th February 2020 until their fate is determined by the school board.”
The letter continues: “Their offence after posing and posting on the Facebook video that went viral informed this decision.”
The students in a video that went viral were seen urging their fellow ladies to allow their boyfriends to have s3x with them when they pay.