When senior high school students pass their final West African Examination Certificate, they usually throw a celebration to commemorate their accomplishment of completing their high school education. However, some students get carried away and cause damage to their school for reasons only they know about, as their behaviour goes beyond anything an adult with a responsibility on them will ever do, as the final year students of Yinahin Catholic Senior High School have demonstrated by causing significant damage to their school following their final exams.
Instead of returning home in peace or throwing a celebration to commemorate their last day of school after receiving their final WAEC examination papers, Yinahin Catholic Senior High School students chose to become arsonists. The students of the school allegedly set fire to their own school in a video posted on social media.
In the footage, one section of the school is shown burning down in the middle of the night, with people calling for water to put out the massive fire that was burning the buildings. The video also shows the outcome of the buildings after they were burned down in the evening, and you can see that the school's dormitory building has been burned down, as well as some of the students' beds, clothes, trunks, and other belongings.
In the video, one man is heard saying that these students are bad children because, rather than returning home to their parents after school, they burned down school property that did not belong to their parents.
People who have seen the video have expressed their views on how important it is to restore discipline in our schools because these are the root causes of the lack of discipline in our schools, and some have suggested that they should be arrested and they should also not release their results.
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