Principal Denies Teachers, Students In ‘Love Affairs’
By David Seedee, LINA Bomi County Correspondent
TUBMANBURG, March 30 (LINA) - The Principal of Suehn Mecca High School has rubbished allegations that male teachers of the school are engaged in intimate relations with female students.
Mr. Thomas Nyandou said this “false and misleading” information is intended to destroy the good image of teachers at the institution.
Principal Nyandou was responding to callers on the Bomi Radio talk show, “Early Morning Talk”, who made the allegation against his teachers.
Participating in the talk show, students of the Suehn Mecca School System, Alfred Kollie, Mohammed Sheriff and Musu Siafa on Friday alleged that teachers of Suehn Mecca High School in Cooper Town and S.N.D Public School in Gbojah were having love relationships with female students in the school.
The students identified one of the teachers (name withheld), who they said was having an affair with female students in Gbojah Town.
They alleged that this teacher was in the constant habit of loving to some female students, and that they have complained to the principal on several occasions to no avail.
Principal Nyandou said community members always become suspicious when they see teachers associate with the community people which, he noted, was the right thing for teachers to do.
The Principal observed that some people in the Cooper Town area, including those who called on the show, do not want to see any improvement come to the school.