Ghana: Two students sacked for allegedly practicing homosexuality
Nkawie Senior High Technical in Ghana has been thrown into a state of disarray after school authorities sacked two male General Art’s students for allegedly engaging in homosexual activities on campus.
A source in the school revealed that the disciplinary committee of the school came to the decision after investigating claims that the two students were practicing homosexual and also initiating other students.
Some students narrating the unfortunate incident to Kumasi based Abusua Fm’s Osei Kwadwo, revealed that the school management announced the dismissal of the two male students during parade time.
The two affected male students were reportedly caught by the school authorities while practising homosexual acts during Physical Education (P.E) time.
“The school authorities called us to announce their dismissal. They said their action is against the school rules and regulation, therefore, they cannot be part of the school” they said.
Meanwhile, the authorities of the school urged the media to speak to Ghana Education Service (GES) on the issue saying the school is not ready to talk about the matter.
Report by Gideon Sarpong | WakeUp Africa