According to Ghanaweb, the headmaster seized a cardigan from a student who was wearing a cardigan without a school uniform in it. This left the student bare chested.
Mary and her friends, on seeing the guy been bare chested her out of sympathy her friends pleaded with Mary Gabriel Amoako to give him her cardigan until he finds a school uniform to wear.
The headmaster on seeing the boy in another cardigan got furious and decided to find the Good Samaritan who gave him the cardigan.
So he summoned the students at that place to search for the person. In fear that he will collectively punish all of them, a boy pointed at Mary which the rest were freed.
Then it continued that the headmaster asked Mary to hold unto a pillar next to them and then lashed her back with a cane until she suffered bruises.
The student is said to have reported the incident to her parents and then further logged a complaint to the police.
A police medical form was offered to the victim but it appeared she was in so much pain so she couldn’t fill the form.
Investigation is currently underway to get to the root of the matter.
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