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"Murderous behaviour of students in viral video is uncharacteristic of Santaclausians"- P.B. Danquah

Government Spokesperson on Governance and Security, Dr Palgrave Boakye-Danquah has condemned the action of some Adisadel College students captured in a video making waves on the Internet.

Dr. Boakye-Danquah took to his social media handle to share his thoughts.

He said "Murderous behaviour of students in viral video is uncharacteristic of Santaclausians"

“I haven’t followed much of what happens in my alma mater since I completed about 22 years ago,” he wrote on Facebook on Tuesday, July 25, “but for the regular school WhatsApp groups.”

“We held our school ode and anthem in such great esteem that it guided our behavior.”

Condemning the act in no uncertain terms, Dr Boakye-Danquah disclosed that the legacy of his 2001 year group to provide CCTv cameras in all houses will begin.

He said this project will “ensure that our children are kept safe in the school”.

Dr Boakye-Danquah further wished the injured student well.


It will be recalled that, two students were captured in a video where one was spotted neck-choking another.

The uncharacteristic behaviour left the victim hitting his head against the metallic bed frame.

This, left to a swell on the victim’s face.

It is emerging that some students who were around refused to come to the aid of the victim but rather made commentaries and laughed. has gathered that both the suspect and victim have been suspended by the school.

Investigations has however commenced.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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