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Check Out How Some BECE Candidates Were Struggling To Cross A River To Their Exams Centre

The 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates commenced their exams on Monday, 15th November 2021 with Social Studies and French. Reports from some of the centres indicate that some students do not report to the venue on time. And transportation could be a major factor contributing to this lateness of some students to the exams centres.

Checking the images in this article, you can see that some BECE candidates were struggling to cross a river to their exams centre. It appears the level of the river rises due to the continuous rainfall so the students were at the bank of the river looking for some good idea to cross the river without getting wet.

The level of the river will not permit a car to move through it so the students were lucky to come across a caterpillar machine that is crossing to the other side of the river. In view of this, the caterpillar operator put the students in the load bucker of the caterpillar and transported them to the other side of the river. It was this caterpillar that save them.

They could have crossed this river getting drowned, wet and even bitten by a strange animal. Some Ghanaians after coming across this said that it is only in Ghana that leaders refuse to construct bridges linking two main communities but still win elections.

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