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Students allegedly beat teacher with adults help in Samoa

Police in Samoa are investigating a case of a 23 year old teacher who is alleged to have been assaulted by four people including two students in school.

The alleged incident occurred at Seventh Day Adventist College in Lalovaea and a complaint was lodged by the victim, Vincent Tuivaiti last Wednesday.

 Acting Police spokesperson, Su’a LeMamea Tiumalu confirmed the investigation.

“The situation we have is that the student did not have his homework done, and when the teacher asked about it, he didn’t deliver it on that date, so the teacher (allegedly) kicked him out of class,” said Su’a.

“The student left and told his older brother, who was in the same college and they all went home and brought two older men with them, and together they (allegedly) beat the teacher on that Wednesday,” said Sua.

One of the brothers is in Year 12 and the other is in Year 13 and it was the younger of the two who was allegedly sent out of the class by the teacher.

A student of SDA College who did not wish to be named, told Loop Samoa that one of the students is a senior prefect at the school.

Su’a would not comment on that except to confirm police are investigating the alleged involvement of adults from outside the school.

 Acting Police spokesperson, Su’a LeMamea Tiumalu / Loop Samoa

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