It seems the indiscipline among the youth in the Senior High Schools is becoming alarming now adays. Senior High School students have done something which has really amazed a lot of people. These students in a viral video circulating on the social media has been spotted vandalizing their assistant headmaster's plantation for being "too strict" on them in an examination hall.
From the video it was spotted the students destroyed the entire plantation of their assistant headmaster without leaving one plantain. The students left a note as "you stupid assistant headmaster you better be careful". This is so sad seeing our future leaders doing this to a person of such high reputation. Click on the link below to watch
What could make the students do that? The students vandalized the plantation farm all because the assistant headmaster was too strict on them all because they couldn't cheat during an examination hall. Why do many students rely on examination malpractices instead of studying hard? Please share with us your view using the comment section below and don't forget to share to other people.
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