HOLY KISS: St. Monica’s College Kissing Priest sacked


The Anglican Priest who was seen in a viral video kissing three female students in turns at the St. Monica’s College of Education has been sacked from his post at the school, acting Principal of the College of Education, Dr Okyere Korankye, has said.

“The church has directed that he should be relieved of all his clerical and pastoral services to the school while the investigation is ongoing,” the acting Principal told the media on Tuesday.


The video on social media shows Father Obeng Larbi on stage inviting the three students for a mouth-to-mouth kiss one after the other. The preacher is seen directing the students to drop their face masks for the kiss.

The Anglican Church has condemned the incident.

In a statement, the Anglican church said investigations into the incident have started and appropriate sanctions will apply.

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