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I Was Forced To Sign A Bond Of Good I Was Forced To Sign A Bond Of Good Behavior After I Left Ghana To Uk- Yaw Tog

Handling two career goals at the same time can be the most difficult task one can ever think about.

Studying hard to pass exams and trying to meet up time at the studios can be very frustrating and requires a more positive attitude towards both goals. Ghanaian popular underground artist Yaw Tog, who recently completed his Senior High School education at the Opoku Ware Senior High School in Kumasi has revealed that he was compelled to sign a bond of good behavior by school authorities a month to complete school.

throwing more light on what actually happened that led to the bond signing in an interview with DJ Rueben on Luv FM he said the decision was taken after he left school for a musical performance in the United Kingdom after he sought permission from school authorities before leaving to London.

"When I went to the UK and came back, the Ghana Party in a Park. I went to my headmaster to seek permission, I wrote a letter, did everything. When I came back, I was told to come and sign a bond.

"I think my headmaster felt I wasn't coming to school... I am the type you will never see roaming. I am always in class, from there I hang out with my friends and then go home. At the time I signed it, I had a month to complete wasn't a big deal for me. That was what my headmaster was using to pressure me so when I signed it, I was cool. He didn't call me... he was the one always searching for me, asking where Yaw Tog was," Yaw Tog disclosed. According to him, they felt I would be a rascal student but he didn’t do anything extraordinary.

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