Some angry youth of Awura and Akrofom in the Brong Ahafo region on Wednesday stormed the Ekumfi Ameyaw Senior High School to forcibly eject some teachers from the school.
Their reason was that the teachers were illegally occupying the premises after being transferred from the school.
But the teachers insist they cannot be forced out of the premises because an injunction has been secured against their transfer hence their continuous stay at the premises.
One of the affected teachers Tom Baw Kennedy, in an interview with Citi News accused the Chief of Awura for instigating the youth to engage in the act. But the Chief has since denied the allegations.
Mr. Kennedy also complained of a monthly rent deduction of GH¢140 which he described as being done illegally.
The teacher also complained of his stolen goats and sheep and the destruction of some personal effects as a result of the attack by the youth.
Meanwhile the headmaster and other authorities were unavailable for comments on the development.
Brong Ahafo Regional Correspondent, Kwadwo Brefo also reported that the same youth had stormed the school in January 2010 to demand a change of name of the school without recourse to due process.
Some eight teachers including those currently facing ejection who were cited as being part of the unfortunate incident have since been sidelined by the authorities, with the latest being the attack launched on them by the youth.
Two of them Kojo Brefo reports have vacated the rented premises leaving Mr. Kennedy and five others.
By: Pius Amihere Eduku/citifmonline.com/Ghana