According to the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), a collective of journalists, the students heard an alarm that some instructors were on their way, but because they were already dressed for church, they elected to stay in the dormitory and wait for the professors while others ran out.
According to the report, the pupils were told to kneel down before receiving a violent caning, which caused substantial visual damage to their bodies.
The professors mercilessly caned and harmed the pupils because they were late for the Sunday morning service.
After the church service, the kids were also instructed to weed a plot of land owned by an agricultural institution.
The school’s English department head, the Assistant Head of Academics, and one Senior Housemaster are said to have been among those involved in the canning binge.
Marks from the canes can be seen on the pupils’ legs, arms, thighs, and backs, and blood clots can be observed on their bodies as a result of the brutal treatment they received.