An unidentified instructor has been accused of sexually abusing and harassing female students by a former president of Sunyani Technical University’s Student Representative Council (SRC). The claims are concerning.
In a widely shared social media video, the former president of the SRC—who is currently a doctor in the British army—revealed these startling findings.The lecturer’s department and institutional background were hinted to by the previous SRC president, who declined to reveal the lecturer’s identity.
One of the charges against the lecturer is that she forced vulnerable female students into sexual relationships by preying on them.
He also said that the instructor sent offensive messages, broke into the dorms of female students without permission, and behaved violently and abusively with the male students, particularly during tests.
The former president of the SRC claims that the lecturer boasted of having amulets and charms, which he reportedly used to control and threaten staff members as well as students.
He brought up an instance of a supposed rape that happened during a school excursion, claiming that the lecturer’s claimed employment of charms contributed to the absence of accountability in that particular case.
The former SRC president dared the lecturer to deny the accusations despite their gravity, stating that he would back them up with audio, video, and image proof.
He went on to say that he was willing to reveal further wrongdoing and challenged any other lecturer or institution in Ghana to refute the claims.
In an apology to his alma mater, the former SRC president acknowledged the unfavorable publicity that had been created and praised Professor Ing. Kwadwo Adinkrah-Appiah, the present vice chancellor, for revitalizing the institution and improving its reputation.
Speaking last on behalf of the victims, he urged authorities to redress the unfairness and trauma suffered by those impacted by the lecturer’s alleged misbehavior.
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