Authorities of the Prempeh College basic school have laid hands on a leaked videotape in which Fifty-Six (56) (JHS3) final year students of the school are seen in a s£x party organized by the students.
According to a report published by mynewsgh.com, the school’s A section students were identified in the latest leaked video.
The students who are preparing for the BECE 2019 were filmed while swimming in a pool at a well-patronized hotel. The students were engaged in hardcore lovemaking in the open with others seen in their uniforms drinking hard liquor. Mynewsgh.com which sighted the video has revealed that the video lasted three minutes.
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Investigations by the online news reporter for MyNewsGh.com revealed that, apart from the students who engaged in the amoral act in the open and were filmed, other students booked rooms within the said hotel to enjoy themselves. The parents of the 56 students have been made to sign a bond of good behaviour after the incident.
Parents whose wards were caught on camera broke into tears when they saw their children in the video engaged in all manner of sexual acts alongside the drinking of beverages high in alcohol. The students according to sources sneaked out of school on the fateful day the video was recorded.
The police at the Suntreso Police are looking for three young men who were seen in the video bonking some female students of the Prempeh College Basic School “A” on the day in the video. The suspects however succeeded in escaping, after a tip of by the Unit Committee Chairman of the area let the police to their hideout. The suspects according to information coming in, camped the three school girls and took turns to have sex with them as well. These particular girls were also seen in the leaked video.
Prempeh College basic school in the Ashanti region can boast of over 5000 students. The school management is tight-lipped on the matter and the headteacher of the school, declined to comment because the case had been reported to Ashanti Regional Education Directorate for investigation.