A final year General Arts student of the Suhum Presbyterian Senior High School has been sentenced to two years imprisonment for threatening to kill a teacher of the school.

The 20- year-old final year student, Fuseini Abudulai, was said to have threatened his English language teacher after he had warned to punish him for his continuous absenteeism.

Fuseini, an orphan, days after the incident allegedly recorded a video of himself wielding a cutlass and threatening to kill his teacher.

In the video that went viral, Fuseini was heard saying amidst a smile ” you people should tell Foster if God permit, I am returning to school on Monday. have I stolen anything, do you see this cutlass, I will cut his neck like a dummy”

The teacher, Foster Odei Ansong reported the student to the school’s assistant headmaster, Domestic, who made a formal complaint to the Suhum police for his arrest.

He was arraigned before the Suhum circuit court and pleaded guilty to a charge of threatening to kill.

Meanwhile, some teachers and residents of Suhum have been pleading to have a lawyer who could represent him to appeal his sentence.

They say the convict who is an orphan doesn’t have the capacity to take the life of his teacher.