The disciplinary committee established by the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) tasked to look into a case involving a lady perceived to be a student of the institution who was caught on camera flogging other students has completed its work.
Following the findings of the committee, the student has been dismissed from the school.
In the video posted on social media earlier this month, Mabel Teye-Nomo was seen in the hallway of the school’s hostel hurling insults at the much younger victim while assaulting her with a cane at the UPSA Hostel.
Netizens alleged that the victim was being punished by the ‘senior’ for spreading rumours about her.
She was sighted in another video whipping the palm of another student in a hostel room.
On April 5, the school set up a disciplinary committee to probe the incident following an uproar.
Two weeks down the line, the committee has finished its work and recommended Mabel’s dismissal from the CIMG Access Course as her actions contravene the school’s regulations.
In a fresh statement signed by UPSA’s Registrar, Dr Koryoe Anim-Wright, the Vice Chancellor has ordered for her to also “hand over your keys to the hostel room and the University’s student ID card.”