Goats are one of the domestic animals in the Ghanaian community and they are basically kept for meat.
There are several things that school children do that sometimes sounds interesting and strange.
On Monday, October 4, while lessons were in progress, a school boy at D/A Basic School in Nkwanta who sits close to the windows saw a goat roaming and distirbing on the school's corridor.
Instead of concentrating on the ongoing lesson, he was rather targeting the goat. When this goat came closer to the window, he quickly grabbed the tail of it.
The teacher and students heard an unusual goat's cry but couldn't immediately know where the noise was emanating from.
A teacher in another classroom came out and to his dismay, a boy in the classroom was seen holding the tail of a goat.
The teacher then took his phone and captured him. And from the picture, this boy has disguised himself to the extent that, he is really paying attention in class listening to what his teacher was teaching.
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