The Salaga teacher accused of sodomizing eighteen (18) pupils at of Kulpi Junior High School is expected to appear before the Salaga Magistrate Court today.
3news.com report, Mr Natomah Otabel was remanded by the court on October 1, to reappear today, Wednesday, October 13.
Medical report of examination conducted by doctors of the Temale Teaching Hospital was however, yet to be received by the Police due to exorbitant charges by both doctors and the Police Service to have the document sign.
The report reveal the cost of the examination was ₵1,300 per person, doctors and Police signatures together.
Salaga Teacher sodomize 18pupils
It could be recalled, Mr Natomah Otabel , a teacher at Kulpi M/A Junior High School in the East Gonja Municipality of the Savannah Region was napped by the police on September 27 for sodomizing eighteen(18) pupils of his class.
The Social Studies teacher was arrested following complaints by family members of the victims.
Salaga Sodomy Pupils share the experiences
Sharing their experiences with the media one of the victims said the teacher threaten to beat them if they fail to oblige.
“He said if we don’t allow him, he will give us difficult work that we can’t do then he will get the chance to beat us”
Mr Otabel, identified as an elder of the Pentecost Church in the community also threatened them to keep mute or face his wrath.
Ministry of Gender, others condemn sodomy teacher
The Salaga sodomy, has however, been condemned by the Acting Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Ms Cecilia Dapaah and many others.
A statement said such barbaric act must not continue in the 21 century when the country was working to eliminate sexual abuse and domestic violence.
Additionally, the ministry commended the eighteen for opening up about their ordeal and assured the ministry will liaise with the Guidance and Counseling Unit of the Ghana Educational Service to provide them the necessary support.
Ms Dapaah urged the Ghana Police Service to ensure justice prevail.
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