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Checkout The Mark This Student Got After Boldly Defining “Government” That Has Got People Talking

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A recent circulating photo that a student’s definition of “Government” has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across platforms as most individuals keep deliberating on the student’s understanding of the word.

Social Studies has been one of the most important and anticipated subjects in lost Junior and Senior High schools considering how it’s too easy to understand as well as score very high marks.

The subject however enables most students to understand how the rules, regulations and the arms of government which governs the administration of every country as well as its constitution.

With respect to this, a student of the Nansana Seed Secondary School was recently assessed on a Grammer Test which he was supposed to define the term “Government”

The student unexpectedly took the privilege to express himself over his understanding of the word “Government” which took an unexpected turn considering how most Netizens reacted to his definition.

”A government is a group of people living in our country ( I don’t want to mention their names) chewing fat money, buying expensive cars for themselves and they’re wives, sending their children abroad to study, sending their slay queens to Dubai for shopping, sending their families to India for treatment, construction big houses whilst the citizens are dying of chronic poverty”, the student emphatically stated.

Below is a look at the students definition of “government” that has got lots of people talking.

After the photo containing the student’s strange definition for “government” popped up, most Ghanaians took the privilege to relate by sharing their immense thoughts and opinions on the circulating photo.

Below is a look at some of the comments that came through as individuals shared their respective concerns and opinions on on the student’s understanding of the word ‘government’.

Do you agree with the mark the student was awarded for his definition of government’ in the above photo even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

If not, what mark would you have awarded this student if you were his teacher?

Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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