The beatings and brutalization soldiers and policemen are giving to people these days are becoming too much. This started during the voters card registration and nothing good have been done about it. This story will tell how unsafe we are in our country.
The Ministry of Education permitted the SHS 3 students to spend some time in the house following their long stay in school. Following the rise in COVID-19 cases in the country recently, the Ghana Health Service wrote to the Ghana Education Service to keep students in school despite being given the right to go home. The Ghana Education Service therefore instructed heads of schools across the country to deny students from going home. They further noted that this will help protect students from the COVID-19 virus.
Kumasi Girls High School following the restrictions imposed protested against their school authority. According to report, the student were destroying some of the school properties and teachers were not able to control them. This called for a military joint police to calm the girls down but at the end of everything, some of the students were wounded.
This has sparked more reactions from social media handlers. The Ghana Arm Forces have been lambasted for misusing their boys. Many too have questioned on why the police alone couldn't calm the protesting students down.
"So the killings of Ejura and Techiman has taught Nana Addo and his Defence Minister any lesson. So what's the use of the police if they can't calm a riot and girls for that matter." One of the commentators shared.
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