One of the hottest video to have ever went viral with such huge controversy surrounding it was the 'kitchen stool' position video that saw a headmaster and a female student.
The headteacher at Adumanu istrict Assembly Basic School in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District in the Central Region of the country was in the camera, and were said to have been dismissed alongside a number of other teachers found to have engaged in various act that brings the name of the pen and chalk fraternity into disrepute.
Ghana Education Service (GES) later came into the scene with a sanction to the headteacher. The Ghana National Association exhibited a high degree of maturity as they supported the headteacher with all that they could.
The parents of the female student also came in to support the headmaster who was in the video with the claim that the headteacher was the one taking care of their ward financially in the senior high school.
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