[Watch Video]-Tweneboa Kodua SHS students destroy school properties over strict invigilation

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Some resentful final year students of the Tweneboa Kodua Senior High School (SHS) in Kumawu-Ashanti Region after not being able to write the 2020 WASSCE Integrated Science Paper as they wanted on August 3, 2020, have reportedly destroyed the school’s properties.

The candidates’ preposterous actions follow the strictness of invigilators in the examination hall during the conduct of the WASSCE Integrated Science Paper on Monday, August 3, 2020.

The District Chief Executive (DCE) of Sekyere Kumawu, Mr Addai Agyekum, confirming the incident in an interview with Kumasi FM monitored by frichynews.com said: “I learned there were misunderstandings between the students and the teachers, but I was able to move in quickly and resolved the matter”.

According to Mr Addai Agyekum, the prospective candidates threatened to boycott the second paper because they thought the atmosphere was quite intimidating to them, consequently accusing the headmaster of being too strict.

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The District Chief Executive (DCE) furthered that he spoke to the invigilators to do their work in a very friendly atmosphere but “without sacrificing legitimate discipline.”.

It was made known angrily to Frichy News by a source in the school that WASSCE candidates went to the school’s dining hall and destroyed properties belonging to the school including their dining.

In a video witnessesed by a reporter in Frichy News shows some students were claiming the school management has contributed to their failure and now encouraging them to eat. They were heard saying “we have destroyed the properties in the dining hall, they should come and take their food, nobody will eat the food, they want us to fail.” (Statement in twi)

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