The rate of indiscipline among some Teachers is rising, it is time The Ghana Education Service (GES) consider checking the marital status of teachers before giving them appointment.
Even though some married Teachers maybe involved, but a proper mechanism put in place can eliminate or reduce this crime.
In recent times, Some teachers are found to be abusing their students sexually, SHS Maths Teacher Sacked by GES for Raping Students at Staff Room details. Assistant Headmaster of Bole SHS arrested for alleged rape.
Just like in most Churches, before you become a Rev. minister You must be married, it’s high time GES considers that together with background investigations before posting them to either mixed schools, or single Sex schools.
Those who want to stay single can be placed in either boys schools for male teachers and Girls school for female teachers.
Two teachers, A Physic Teacher and a History Teacher are said to have lured two SHS one students to a hotel of which one had his way with the students.
The Teacher in question is calm and humble, Colleague teachers can’t understand why it ended that way.
From court Today 20th July, 2022.
In todays Court proceedings, The Physics Teacher has been charged with First degree felony without bail whiles the History Teacher has been granted bail with two sureties since he assaulted the girl without Rape.
In two weeks time a High court will have to sit on the Rape case.
Today’s proceedings saw a large number of people at the court awaiting the outcome.
The court will also arrange to hear from the Students involved.
An Asankrangwa District Magistrate Court has remanded two teachers of the Asankrangwa Senior High School into police custody for allegedly raping and assaulting two first year students of the school.
Asankrangwa-based Ahobrasea FM’s Captain Kofi Takyi, who was in court, reported to Connect FM that suspect Ernest Donkor was charged with rape, contrary to Section 97 of the Criminal Offences Act (29/60) and suspect Augustine Swanzy Oduro was also charged with Indecent Assault, contrary to Section 203 of the Criminal Offences Act (29/60)
Reading the brief fact to the court presided over by His lordship Justice Augustine Fiifi Donful, ASP J. A. Kwarkye said Ernest Donkor, 28, is a Physics teacher and Augustine Swanzy Oduro, 34, a History teacher at the school.
The victims, 15 and 16, (name withheld) are first year students at the same school.
The complainant, Daniel Quayson Junior, according to the prosector, is the Assistant Headmaster at Asankrangwa Senior High School.
On Thursday, July 14, during the Amenfi West Municipal Inter-School competition held at the Asankrangwa Senior High School, the two suspects took the victims out of the school premises and bought new dresses for them to wear to be able to take them out to celebrate one of the victims’ birthday.
About 2:00pm on the same day, the suspects booked a hotel at Wassa Dunkwa near Asankrangwa.
The two suspects bought a Malta Guinness drink for the victims.
Suspect Ernest Donkor took the 16-year-old victim to a room at the hotel in a quest to have a conversation with her, whilst suspect Augustine Swanzy Oduro also took the 15-year-old victim to another room at the hotel in the quest to have a conversation with her.
The 16-year-old victim in the course of the conversation excused herself to visit the washroom and left her Malta Guinness drink with suspect Ernest Donkor in the room.
The victim returned from the washroom and after drinking the Malta Guinness drink, fell dizzy and went blackout.
She regained her consciousness later and found herself on the bed naked with blood stains in between her thighs.
Suspect Augustine Swanzy Oduro while in the room made sexual body contacts with the 15-year-old victim by fondling her breasts and touching her buttocks.
The victim managed to run out of the room and later the two suspects brought the two victims back to the school campus.
On their way to the campus, suspect Ernest Donkor promised to buy iPhone 7plus, pizza and food for the 16-year-old victim and warned them not to tell anyone about what happened at the hotel.
The victims on the same day in the evening, reported the incident to the Assistant Headmaster, who is the complainant.
On the 15th of July, the complainant with the victims and assistance from police, arrested the suspects to Asankrangwa Police Station and lodged a complaint.
Police medical forms were issued to the complainant on behalf of the 16-year-old victim to attend hospital for medical examination.
The case is adjourned to Wednesday, July 20.