Do you remember the point in time when some eighth-grade girls went viral for insulting the president, Nana Addo?
We all know the trending news over the past 24 hours, especially on Twitter, is the surprise dismissal of the eight students from China Senior High School. The GES, just like the general public, decided to sack these eight high school students, though the girls themselves have publicly apologized for their unacceptable behavior that led to this dismissal.
A lot of netizens have reacted to the dismissal of these students, but almost 70% of the public is actually against the dismissal of these students because a lot of people think this dismissal will actually ruin the lives of these students. Do you think they actually deserved to be sacked?
Following the updates from the dismissal of these female students, the GES have released a statement describing the intervention of the president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo, against their dismissal decision.
"P.O.Box M45, Ministries, Accra Digital Address: GA-111-6780
OF the Republic of Ghana, Education
The President intervenes in disciplinary action taken against eight (8) students of Chino Senior High School (SHS). The President of the Republic, H.E. Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo, has intervened in the above subject after his attention was drawn to it.
Consequently, the Minister for Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has directed the Ghana
education to consider an alternative disciplinary action instead of dismissal.
This literally means the president himself isn't pleased with this decision taken by the Ges because he brought the free school to make high school available to all children, so dismissing them will rather tarnish their lives, which might push them to hate themselves. The GES are therefore told to withdraw their dismissal decision towards the eight China Shs girls.
Suggest the best punishment for these eight girls who went viral for disrespecting the president, Nana Addo.
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