NSS Teacher arrested for defiling three pupils in his class

Prisoner holding metal cage in jail, no freedom concept

Sehwi Wiawso Municipality, Western North Region – In a disturbing case, a 24-year-old National Service Person has been remanded in police custody for three weeks by the Bibiani Circuit Court. The accused, identified as Bismark Ansu, who is also a Class 2 teacher, stands accused of defiling three pupils in the Sehwi Wiawso Municipality.

According to reports, Ansu organized unauthorized extra classes for his pupils at his residence in January of this year. Under the guise of completing the academic year’s syllabus, he conducted these classes without the knowledge of the school authorities.

Exploiting the situation, Ansu allegedly lured three pupils, aged between eight and nine years old, into engaging in sexual intercourse. To ensure their silence, he threatened them with dire consequences, including harm and even death.

Several weeks later, the parents of the victims noticed abnormal blood discharges from their daughters’ private parts, leading to suspicions of foul play. Upon investigation and interrogation, the traumatized children revealed the horrifying ordeal they had endured.


Disturbed by the revelations, the parents immediately reported the incident to the Sehwi Asawinso Police, who promptly issued a medical form to the complainants. The victims were then taken to a government hospital for examination, treatment, and endorsement. The medical findings supported the claims of defilement, adding weight to the already serious allegations.

Consequently, Bismark Ansu was arrested and charged with three offenses: threatening death (contrary to Section 75 of the Criminal Offences 1960 [ACT 29]), defilement (contrary to Section 101 of Criminal Offences 1960 [ACT 29]), and threatening harm (contrary to Section 74 of the Criminal Offences 1960 [ACT 29]). The accused was presented before the Bibiani Circuit Court, where he was remanded pending further proceedings.

The court will reconvene on Monday, May 29, to delve into the details of the case and determine appropriate action against the accused.

Meanwhile, the victims are receiving necessary medical care and treatment as they begin their journey towards recovery.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


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