The issue of matrons stealing food from the various senior high school is not a new thing in the schools but the sad part is that most often the perpetrators are not reported to the police and the right authorities.
This morning, it has been trending on almost every social media platform, as students of St. Paul senior high school stop their matron from transporting stolen foods from the school. According to the reports from United tv’s mid-morning news, the students threatened to destroy the car being used by the matron.
This has gotten a lot of reactions from Ghanaians on social media as some people commented that the attitude of most people heading positions on the country needs to be fixed since they are all causing financial losses to the various institutions.
Others also raised the points that people like this matron are everywhere in all the institutions ranging from the prisons to the orphanages and this is very embarrassing.
What do you think should be done to this matron to prevent others from doing the same? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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