Some Ghanaians are very hilarious and can bring up issues that are were only made to make people laugh. A Facebook page released a particular desk on their platform and this has caused several users to give their own opinion of the chair they posted.
On the platform, which is called 237 trending TV a very nice and creative desk that has been made was posted on it. The main reason why the desk is currently trending is because of the motive behind the creation of it.
Netizens on the platform think that the desk can be used by students writing the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The desk is different from the normal desk students use. With this viral desk there is a dividing wall that has been included to the original way of making a desk. The dividing wall separates and prevents two people sitting on the desk from looking on each other's work or exams.
And Facebook users think that using desks like these will help reduce examination malpractices and disturbances in the ongoing WASSCE exams.
A very notable Facebook user wrote that, "This chair should be used for the ongoing WASSCE exams." Below is the comment he gave and other comments as well.
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