Akufo-Addo Directs GES To Recall 14 Dismissed WASSCE Students.
It has emerged that President Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo has directed the Ghana Education Service(GES) to grant clemency to all the 14 remaining year college students who have been dismissed.
This portal is reliably knowledgeable that President Akufo-Addo has taken word of the selection through the Ghana Education Education however has directed a review of the decision.
According to source at the Presidency, the President notwithstanding the gravity of the offense by the college students does no longer choose their schooling to be truncated.
The supply displays that the President wants the GES to find an choice punishment for the college students alternatively of barring them from the ongoing West African Certificate Examination(WASSCE).
The source added that the President wishes his imaginative and prescient of making sure that each and every Ghanaian infant possesses the Senior High School certificate fulfilled subsequently the order for clemency.
Meanwhile, this portal is reliably informed that the GES has been duly informed via the president’s request and steps are being taking in that regard.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) yesterday dismissed 14 college students for acts of indiscipline in the 2020 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The affected students are from the Battor Senior High School, Sekondi College, Juaben Senior High School, and Tweneboa Kodua Senior High School.
A statement from the Ghana Education Service revealed that the affected college students have been barred from writing their ultimate papers.
Below are the affected students
1. Nicholas Cobbinah` – Sekondi College
2. Kardimell Suapim- Sekondi College
3. John Kwofie- Sekondi College
4. Simon Ameyibor (Senior Prefect) – Tweneboah Koduah SHS
5. Thomas Anokye – Tweneboah Koduah SHS
6. Juliet Amoakowaa – Tweneboah Koduah SHS
7. Emmanuel Ashiangmor – Battor SHS
8. Peter Sissi – Battor SHS
9. Ameka Nyamiitse – Battor SHS
10. Shadrack Daitey – Battor SHS
11. Alfred Attiso – Battor SHS
12. Solomon Brako – Juaben SHS
13. Albert Agyekum – Juaben SHS
14. Robert Inkoom – Juaben SHS