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Senior High School graduate worries about lesbianism

A senior high school graduate at the OLA Girls SHS at Kenyasi in the Asutifi North District of Brong-Ahafo Region alleged lesbianism has gained roots in the school and needed government and divine intervention to stamp it out.
Sharing her three-year experience at the school at a night vigil to usher in 2014 at the Abesim Central District Church of Deeper Life Bible Ministry on Tuesday, the young lady alleged that it had become a norm that some of the seniors in the school forced the form one girls to be their lesbian partners.
She spoke on condition of anonymity to praise God for sailing her through her academic pursuit, alleged girls who failed to give in to such devilish acts would go through all forms of sexual harassment from their senior colleagues at night.
She said the act by the students had been reported to the school authorities but no radical approach had been taken to curb it.
The situation, she said continued to affect the academic performance of some of the the students, especially those who failed to practise the act, as the senior would continue to pester them.
Pastor Paul Adu-Agyei, Abesim District Pastor of the Church expressed worry about such alleged immoral practice and called for urgent steps to reverse it.
He said continuous and fervent prayer was the key to open up opportunities in life and asked Christians to do so.
Pastor Adu-Agyei said 2014 had better opportunities to those who rely and put their trust in God exhorting that with hard work, prayer and diligence, Christians would be able to face all the challenges of life.

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