By;brightwebtv.com/nana asare barimah
Students of Our Lady of Apostles (OLA) Girls Senior High School (SHS) in the Volta Region who were captured in a viral video on a boozing spree have finally been identified by school authorities.
Six of them have been identified as final students who sat for the recently held West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
They individually admitted their guilt and pleaded for pardon from the school, Past OLA Girls’ Association, Ghana Education Service, PTA and the Roman Catholic Church and were asked to go and sin no more.
MyNewsGh.com a week ago published a story based on the said video where the students seen holding plastic bottles of a local alcoholic beverage and mixing it with a soft drink while taking turns to serve themselves in a classroom with impunity.
The less than one-minute video exposed the teenage student girls in their ‘check’ uniforms conducting themselves in a manner that is an affront to the training being instilled in them by the Catholic Church and a violation of the laws of the school.
What is more shocking was how the drink found its way into the campus and later into the classroom where these girls considered to be innocent, were seen gulping it seeking to suggest it is not new to them.
The headmistress, Madam Regina Coffie condemned the act of the girls revealing that the laws of the school frowns on it.
“This is a Catholic school, and so, the Catholic culture of discipline must prevail on the campus at all times,” she said.