The Defense and Interior Committee of Ghana's Parliament has questioned the police account of the shooting incident at the Islamic Senior High School in the country's Ashanti region that left several students hospitalized.
The police on June 13 deployed tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse protesting students of the school. The action landed about 20 of the students in the hospital while a teacher was injured in the eye.
The Speaker of Ghana's Parliament subsequently tasked the defense and interior committee to establish the facts of the issue.
The committee has presented its report to the House.
Speaking to journalists, Chairman of the Committee, Kennedy Agyapong asked the speaker to set up a bi-partisan committee to further investigate the matter.