Two SHS students convicted for attempting to attack school over girlfriend

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Two second-year green track students of the Oyoko Methodist Senior High School and one town boy have been convicted to a fine of GH¢1000 each or serve 6 months sentence in prison.

The culprits have been identified as Caleb Addo Amponsah aged 18, Festus Boateng aged 17, both of Oyoko Methodist SHS and the townboy is Emmanuel Asumani which is 22-years-old and is a cocoa mass sprayer in Oyoko community.

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It was reported that on July 30, 2020, OMESS green track student, Caleb Addo Amponsah, went to campus. He was on vacation and scaled over the wall of the school at 12:30 pm to visit his girlfriend. His girlfriend is a second-year gold track student. Unfortunately for him, some final year male students who saw him scaling the wall, beat him.

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Provoked by the attack, Caleb Addo Amponsah went to mobilized six community people to attack the seniors who beat Caleb. They went along with kitchen knives and machetes at about 9 pm on the same day for revenge.

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The Headmaster was notified earlier so he immediately alerted the Koforidua–Effiduase District Police Command with Police officers immediately dispatched.

Consequently, Caleb and Festus were immediately apprehended with the machetes and knives in their possession.

The other town boys managed to escape but Emmanuel Asumani was later arrested.