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"I Will Not Be Like Nana"; A JHS Student Says In A Manifesto Vying For Position (Video)

A student vying for a position as School Boy's Perfect in a Junior High School hilariously drags his audience 'crazy' with his choice of words while reading his plan of action to entice his colleagues to vote for him to represent the students as the Boys Prefect.

Normally each academic year, prefects are either appointed or elected base on their highest standards of behaviour, attitude and appearance to undertake various roles and responsibilities around the School by assisting teaching staff in their lessons, supervising the canteen corridor and queues, organizing activities and maintaining order in the School.

To bring fairness among the students body, an announcement is passed to all interested individuals to submit their applications, but don't forget that the Boys Prefect is expected to establish and maintain at all times and provide a positive role model for other pupils, as well as will act as ambassadors for the school at whole school events. Hence a vetting is conducted to come out with at least three students who are intelligent, eloquent respectful and above all God fearing to compete among themselves by means of campaigning and reading of manifestos.



Similar is the case of a JHS student in his early 12 years captured in a video going viral on social media, where he is spotted in the mist of a gathering under the supervision of teachers while reading his manifesto, while on record to have said;

"Fellow students as we can all remember when President Nana Akufo-Addo was about to be voted into power, he promised that, One District One Dam, One District One Factory but he didn't do it.

I will not be like Nana, so vote for me and all that I'm going to say shall come to pass.

Mr Chairman if I'm voted into power, I will make sure the school campus will be neat at all time and make sure students come to school early".

Sincerely I'm in a state of dilemma thinking about his manifesto, one question still rings in my mind and that is, was the manifesto written for him to read or his own plan and choice of words?


Watch the video here.

https://www.facebook.com/ficosmedia/videos/988141285058626/

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