The case involving two Adisadel College students at Quaque House as captured in a viral video has been suspended by a Cape Coast District Court.
The case was postponed to Wednesday, September 27 by His Lordship Eric Oheneba Antwi Boasiako so that the pupils might take the impending West African Senior Schools Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).
The case was heard in the judge’s chamber because of the sensitivity of the matter, even though the parents of the two teens and several members of the public were there to observe proceedings.
The offender refuted the accusations of assault and harm-doing made against him.
Ekow Holman, the Housemaster, is still under interdiction while the Adisadel College officials look into the situation.
The two students are shown in the viral video with a few other people present, and one is seen purportedly shooting the picture.
The perpetrator is seen aggressively gripping the victim’s neck and striking his head against the metal bed frame. The victim’s face immediately swells.
Many people have decried the incident, and longtime residents of Santa Claus have expressed amazement at the teenagers’ behavior.
But he’s still out on bail.
But for the normal school WhatsApp groups, I haven’t followed much of what happens in my alma mater since I graduated roughly 22 years ago, old boy Palgrave Boakye-Danquah posted on Facebook on Tuesday, July 25.
“I’m sure this widely circulated film, which depicts either a bullying event or deadly action, is totally out of character for students at Adisadel College.
We regarded our school’s song and ode in such high regard that it served as a moral compass.