A team of police officers has been deployed to the Juaben SHS in the Juaben District of the Ashanti region after the final-year students hit the streets to demonstrate against the teachers and the headmaster of the school over what they describe as their strict invigilation and supervision during the sitting of the Integrated Science paper. The students said they could not write the paper because none of the things they studied featured in the exam questions. The police say they had to move in quickly to disperse the students from the streets. In order to ensure peace on campus as the students sit the Leatherwork and ICT (elective) paper today, ACP Stephen Tane Ngissah told Kumasi FM’s Elisha Adarkwah that they have deployed a team of police personnel to the school. This is the second such incident in the Ashanti region since the WASSCE started on Monday. The first one happened at the Tweneboa Kodua SHS at Kumawu in the Sekyere Kumawu District, where the students vandalised school property in anger for not being allowed to cheat in their first paper. Just today, a Deputy Chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), Ms Kathleen Addy, condemned those final-year students and their vandalism. The enraged students hurled abusive words at the school authorities as they went about destroying school property amidst complaints that the first paper was too difficult an exam to sit. They also complained that the supervision of the invigilators was too strict. It took the intervention of the District Chief Executive (DCE) of Sekyere Kumawu, Mr Addai Agyekum, told calm the situation. Share this… Facebook Whatsapp Twitter Linkedin Tagged Juaben SHS Wassce2020 High School NewsRelated Posts Come show your nakedness to Akufo-Addo on June 21 – ASEPA boss charges women May 30, 2022 Mahama’s aide hails Special Prosecutor’s thorough charges against ex-PPA boss May 19, 2022 Nkoranza: Our personnel and families are not safe May 19, 2022 Dismissed PPA boss to face court next week – Special Prosecutor May 19, 2022 Bulgarian Emb.: Gov’t sets up 3-member c’tee to find amicable solution May 19, 2022 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.