The founder and Leader of the Progressive Peoples Party (PPP), Paa Kwesi Nduom, has blamed the NPP government for the vandalization of school property by some angry final year students over failed exam
According to him, he argued that the government must take the blame for involving students in politics.
“I condemn the act of student insulting and attacking teachers as well as politicians, but we should blame the sitting government by evolving these kids into politics, whereby NPP youth organiser assures the student of questions and easy pass.” He said.
The government in the wake to prepare students for the WASSCE purchased past questions for them in other to help them prepare adequately for the exam.
Unfortunately, some of the students depended solely on past questions also known as ‘apor’.
But the examination questions differed from that of the past question.
Students of the Tweneboah Koadua SHS did not take kindly to the outcome of the Integrated Science examination and threatened to boycott their examinations.They also refused lunch and turned their dining hall on its head.
However, two days after their misconduct, students of Tweneboah Kodua SHS apologised for the incident and asked for forgiveness.
Their peers at the Ndewura Jakpa Senior High in the Savannah Region also protested the social distancing rules enforced by the school authorities.
They went on a vandalism spree, breaking louvres and other school property.