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The Ghana Education Service has reacted to the various activities of indiscipline going on at the various Senior High Schools as perpetrated by some of the final years writing the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examinations.
In a media release, the Ghana Education Service has dismissed and bared the students involved in the notorious acts. The GES noted that at the schools where properties were destroyed, the results of the candidates would be withheld until they pay full cost for their damage.
Read part of the statement below:
REACTION OF MANAGEMENT OF GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE TO ISSUES OF INDISCIPLINE IN SCHOOLS,
Management of Ghana Education Service has received reports from the various schools where issues of indiscipline acts were reported as fallout from the writing of the Integrated Science Examination Paper on Monday 31 August 2020.
Management condemns all the acts of reported indiscipline and takes a very serious view of the conduct of those involved.
To serve as deterrence and to ensure that life and property are protected in the schools, the following actions have been taken.
I. The following students have been dismissed Irom the schools and barred from writing the current examinations In the schools:
a) Nicholas Cobbinah, Kardimell Suapim, and John Kwofie all of Sekondi College.
b) Simon Arneyibor, who is the Senior Prefect, Thomas Anokye and Miss Juliet Amoakowaa all of Tweneboah Koduah Senior High School,
c) Emmanuel Ashiangmor, Peter Sissi, Ameka Nyamlise. Shadrack Dailey and Alfred Attiso of Battor Senior High School
d) Solomon Broko, Albert Agyekum, and Robert Inkoom oI Juaben Senior High School.
They are to Ieave the various school compounds forthwith.
2. All students who are in schools, where destruction of school property occurred are to be surcharged for the full cost of the damage. Results of these students will be withheld till they have fully paid up the full cost of the items destroyed.
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