Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson has jumped to the defense of female students of Ejisuman Senior High School who have been sacked from boarding following a controversial video that has gone viral on social media.
The seven students were behind a video that had gone viral in which they were seen advising their fellow girls to give in to the sexual demands of men.
Fast forward, the management of Ejisuman Senior High School sacked seven of their female students from the boarding facility for bringing the name of the school into disrepute.
Apart from the embarrassment, their conduct has brought to the school, management of the school, in their letter written to suspend the seven students said the girls had breached three school rules.
Well, reacting to the whole brouhaha, the controversial actress took to Twitter to condemn people who are applauding the school’s decision.
She tweeted; There’s very little these students are doing in school that we didn’t when we were younger. We all indulged in all kinds of foolishness thinking it was funny and trying to be cool. The only difference now is social media and how easy it’s become to record and share.
So let’s get of our high horses for a minute. Then we can start to educate these children to understand how times have changed now, the power of the internet and how one silly moment can stick with you for life. Too many of them don’t even get how far these videos can go.