The Northern Regional Security Council has set up an investigative committee to look into riots at the Walewale Senior High School, which led to the destruction of property.

The committee has two weeks to complete its work. Meanwhile parents of students of the school are urging a speedy resolution of the crisis. Twelve students are in police custody, while others, who are minors, are in juvenile homes after vandalizing school properties.

 Northern Regional Correspondent, Hashmin Mohammed reported that the Walewale Senior High School is still under police guard, four days after the students went on rampage and vandalized properties belonging to the school.

The headmaster of the school, Francis Djakpa, who had his bungalow set ablaze by the students, accused some members of his administration and old students of being behind the riot.

The headmaster, who is still at a hideout for fear of his life also said, it will take a period of time for the school to recover from the destruction that took place.

Meanwhile, parents of the school have expressed regrets over the incidents that took place and appealed to the authorities to find immediate resolution of the crisis.

 Some first year students of the school intimated that they are frustrated to have witnessed such an incident in the school.