As the news of the LGBTQ+ are making trends in the airwaves, though not accepted are being done secretly. About some few days ago, it came as a a shock when a teacher was alleged to have sodomized about eleven male pupils.This incident was said to have occurred at Kulpi Junior High School in the East Gonja Municipality in the Savannah Region of Ghana.
According to Peace News, the Teacher identified as Nantomah Musah Otabil had defiled in total eleven pupils through anal sex individually. However, some of the students were uncomfortable to remain silent on the act and therefore crime reported the case to their parents. Their parents upon hearing this appalling conduct reported the case to the police. After further investigations, Mr Nantomah Musah has been arrested and kept in the police custody. Preparations are being made for him to be taken to the court.
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