The Apostle General of the Royalhouse Chapel International, Reverend Sam Korankye Ankrah has pledged to support a nine-year old class two pupil who was alleged to have been defiled by her teacher in Kasoa in the Central Region.
Speaking to his congregation, he said: “a nine-year old girl has been defiled by a teacher. You’re a man with daughters, and you’re doing this to somebody’s daughter?
“The girl can’t walk, they need money for hospitalisation. I couldn’t call Joy FM yesterday, so if you work there tell them I want to take care of that girl’s hospital bills.”
The primary two pupil is alleged to have been paralysed after being defiled by the teacher, according to Joy News.
It was reported that after the teacher had offered the girl vacation classes of lessons she had missed, he inserted his finger into the pupil’s private part.
The teacher with ‘evil intent’ had asked all the other pupil’s to go out of the classroom.
The little girl told Joy News’ reporter that the teacher did not even allow her friends to stay behind when she requested.
According to her, when she started writing the teacher came closer to her, started rubbing his fingers over her head and told her, her father had told him to provide all her needs.
He then laid her on a table and inserted his fingers into her private part and she started to struggle with him to free herself from him.
In her attempt to free herself from the teacher, she hit her pelvis on another table closer to the one the teacher had laid her on.
According to her, she managed to run away but could tell no one about the incident, not even her mother.
In an interview with the girl’s grandfather, he told the Joy News reporter that the suspect [teacher] denied the allegation at the police station but had confessed to it and had even given them ¢50 to take care of the girl.
The girl was first admitted at the Winneba Hospital, but was taken home for lack of money to pay her hospital bills.
She is now reported to have been sent to a hospital in Accra for proper medical care.
The girl was first diagnosed of spinal injury, thus, her inability to walk well.