Authorities at the Opoku Ware Senior High School have strongly defended their decision to expel three alleged homosexual students.
The school has been criticized by some human rights activists for its action describing it as unjust.
But the headmaster of the school, Dr. Alexis Frimpong Nimoh claims the students posed a threat to their colleagues hence the decision to suspend them.
He has also rejected criticisms that the school’s action was unjust.
According to him, the students would have convinced others to become gays if they had not been expelled.
“We didn’t want them to pollute others into it. You see this is something that they initiate others into, and they are very powerful and when you trace you would see that they have influence from outside”.
Mr. Nimoh added that most of the parents of the suspected homosexuals were not aware that their wards were into such acts.
The three boys, were suspended after a disciplinary committee established they were homosexuals, following a ‘caught-in-the-act’ report made against them by their colleagues.
Meanwhile, the mother of one of the alleged homosexuals said, the school has been unfair to her ward.