Three final year students of the Opoku Ware Senior High School (SHS) in Kumasi of the Ashanti Region who were suspended indefinitely for allegedly practicing homosexuality in school have been recall to the school.
The 3 students were suspended from the school for allegedly practicing the ungodly act in the Catholic school.
The alleged gays were suspended last year December 2015 after their colleagues threatened to lynch them in the school for practicing the act.
An allegation the suspects had vehemently denied and dared the school authorities to produce evidence.
De-boardinising the three students became the only option after a meeting between parents of the victims and the school authorities.
One of the alleged gays (name withheld) who spoke to ghnewsnow kumasi Editor Isaac Bediako explained that the decision agreed on by both parties was the only option left to the school authorities.
‘They made us day students based on the fact that they were scared some of the boys will beat us up in the night like they planned doing, like what they did, after framing us up, they had no option than to call us back, they were finding means to make it seem that they were merciful but they were not, my colleague and I are now day students,’ he explained.
attach is the audio interview: