On the 13th of November 2021, Ghanaians wept bitterly when information reached the media that 8 bece candidates has been found dead, after their boat capsized.
A junior high school in the saboba district in the northern region of Ghana has lost ten students which eight of them has been found dead. The headmaster of the school sent thirty one students to his farm to work for him, they crossed the oti river to the part where the farm is located. On their arrival their boat capsized and ten of them drawn into the river and about twenty one of them swim to save their life.
The police was alerted and they came to help retrieve the bodies of the students. As at now eight dead body has been found and the police are trying hard to know the where about of the remaining two.
What makes matters worse is that the students are candidate's who are preparing to write their basic education certificate examination (BECE) on Monday 15 November 2021.
The headmaster has been sent to the police station for interrogation.
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