Ghanaians are in a state of shock and disbelief over a photo trending on social media with young people purported to be students of Mankessim Senior High School allegedly smoking.
Contrary to the rules of the Ghana Education Service and the Senior High School, these young ones are seen smoking something that looks like marijuana.
Although many students in Senior High Schools engage in acts that goes contrary to the dictates and laws of their respective schools, they do so in secrecy to avoid facing the laws of the school. Smoking, truancy, same-sex affairs and other untoward vices are predominant in our senior high schools from Adam.
It is not yet known whether the school's authorities attention has been drawn to the picture of the students engaged in such nefarious acts. Check some of the reactions of citizens below.
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