VIDEO: Form 3 SHS students welcome juniors back to school with alarming beatings

    Form three Students of Adu Gyamfi Senior High School (SHS) at Jamasi in the Sekyere East District of the Ashanti Region welcomed their juniors back to school with severe beatings in a video that has gone viral

    The less than one minute video revealed some SHS 3 students seriously flogging their junior colleagues’ students who have been promoted from SHS 1 to SHS 2 with belts and canes.

    Others were seen using their hands to physically harass the junior ones just to prove to them that they have now assumed the leadership of the school’s student body.

    The form 2 students were forced to kneel down on the school compound as part of their punishment while receiving beatings from their senior colleagues in SHS 3.

    Students reported to school on Monday January 18, 2021 after schools were closed down by government due to increase of COVID-19 cases.

    Attempts by to get authorities to comment on the sad development has proven futile.

    Meanwhile, some parents have been compelled by the incident to report the matter to the District Directorate of the Ghana Education Service (GES) who are promising to investigate the harassment to the latter.



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