An Accra Juvenile Court has condemned a last year understudy of the Nungua Kroma Two Junior High School, who attacked an educator for rebuffing him, to a fine of GH¢1,800.
The understudy, in default, would serve three months prison term.
He had denied scheming with 15 different men to attack the instructor for rebuffing him for his inability to get his work done, however the Court, toward the finish of the preliminary, seen him as blameworthy.
The Prosecution called five observers to put forth the defense.
It prior told the Court that the convict (name retained) had wouldn't get his work done and after he was rebuffed, he ran home to call 15 other young fellows, who purportedly raged the school in a Sprinter transport and assaulted the instructor, incurring wounds for his face.
The educator, Mr Moses Onyameasem, was protected by his partners and raced to the LEKMA Hospital, Accra, where he was dealt with and released.
After the assault, the mother of the understudy was additionally asserted to have gone to the School and obnoxiously attacked the educator, the arraignment said, adding that the improvement prompted the conclusion of the School.
On Monday, February 22, 2021, at around 1215 hours, the educator, joined by Mr Roger Asempa, the Head Teacher, went to the Police Station to report the attack.
The instructor detailed that before at around 1200 hours, an understudy in his group and 15 other young fellows from the Nungua Town went to the School in a transport to truly attack him.
The indictment said a clinical structure was given to the complainant to look for clinical consideration, while a joint partner meeting was held over the occurrence.
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