Some students of the Universal Hall of the Koforidua Polytechnic in the Eastern Region of Ghana took over an intended procession of the Students Representative Council (SRC) of the polytechnic when they chose to go naked.
The students were part of the large procession of students who marched through the streets to advertise their 2015 SRC week celebration.
The naked students for fear of victimization by colleague and parents covered their faces with their shirts in a ‘ninja-like fashion’ and were guided by heavily built colleagues who prevented onlookers from taking photographs of the naked students.
The students from the all-male hall of the Polytechnic intermittently paused at junctions and performed certain rituals which attracted attention of onlookers.
However, the peaceful procession turned violent when the heavily built gentlemen attacked a pedestrian at the B Foster Junction.
The pedestrian was spotted attempting to pictures of the naked students marching through the streets.
This led to the intervention by personnel of the Ghana Police Service who restored clam and guided the students through the streets and back to their campus.