In a recent picture circulating online, five male students are seen using weed. Some are smoking, inhaling and one of them is seen injecting some substance into his body. These students have been identified as students of the esteemed Mankessim Senior High School. Some viewers have also been left to wonder if the photo is real or photoshopped.
Most of the posts on social media are calling on the administration of the school, imploring them to take appropriate actions in dealing with these students and that they should not be left scot-free.
One of the effects of this picture circulating is that parents and guardians might be discouraged when it comes to sending their wards to this school. Also, the boys in the picture serve as a bad example for the other students and students all over Ghana.
Some of the comments on Facebook suggested that this bad behaviour from these students is a result of free education awarded by the Ghanaian government. Others also commented that it is normal and they will stop eventually.
Below are screenshots of some of the Facebook comments:
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