According to student in Kaleo Senior High Technical School, their colleague's were sacked by the school authority due to UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY which is not stated in school rules and regulations. The student said that they were assured by the headmistress that, because the Ghana Education Service and Ghana Health Service had cancelled the holidays.
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says an upsurge in coronavirus cases is superfluous. The help demands the schools are more secure for understudies and students during this period. This follows calls by a segment of the public that administration ought to think about shutting down schools to check the spread of the infection among understudies.
The president of the Republic of Ghana, His excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has spoken on the 26th time concerning the measures that has been put in place to contain the novel corona virus. According to the president, he was absent to bring us update concerning the virus because he decided to come on the day all the restrictions will be lifted but the case is different.
The Ghana Health Service have warned the entire population to begin the observation of the Covid safety protocols since Ghana is experiencing a third wave of the pandemic. Our current active cases stands at 2,858 and the new daily added cases are 382, whiles our death toll stands at 812 as at 19th July 2021.
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.
OCOVID-19 has been with us since the later part of 2019. It has cause a lot of harm to Ghanaians and the world as a whole. Let's check the latest update and more on COVID-19 in Ghana The Ghana Health Service has revealed that 394 new cases have been recorded increasing the number of active COVID-19 cases to 5,397.A total of 103,789 people have had the deadly virus in Ghana and out of that number, 97,561 have recovered and discharged.
The Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Doctor Patrick Aboakgye has stated that the covid-19 cases and threats in the schools are far safer compared to the issues at home among the general public. Speaking on joynews after the president's address, the Dr Patrick Aboakgye said that the Ghana Health Service has put in place good measures to ensure that no Covid-19 case that happens in the schools do not escape their notice.
There has been an abrupt spunk in the reported outbreaks nationwide concerning the worldwide pandemic COVID-19 as the virus is becoming extensive again among our worlds. The Ghana Health Service reported this a couple of days ago. To curb the spread of the virus Ghanaians are urged to follow the COVID-19 protocols again.
Concerns about the possible third wave of COVID-19 in Ghana is growing as the number of new cases is on the rise on daily basis over the past few Weeks. According to latest figures from the Ghana Health Service, the number of active cases and the number of deaths related to the Virus in on the increase.
In his 26th update on the measures taken by the government against the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the country, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo in a worried and devastated voice and manner has put up another set of strict rules to curb the spread of the third wave of the virus in the Ghana.
It could be recalled that, the Ghana Education Service released a communique indicating that, the final year Students across the country in the various Senior High And Technical Schools to go on an emergency break and to report back on 26th July, this was to allow the Muslims students also have a feel of their upcoming edul fitr.
Pandemonium on Kumasi Girls' SHS campus leave several student hurt by joint military and police team
A pandemonium broke out on Monday night at the Kumasi girls senior high school, following a communiqué from the education hierarchy to disallow final year students from moving out, but rather spend the midterm break on campus. The students, who were unhappy after hearing the directive reacted violently, prompting the school authorities to call for assistance from the security personnels to arrive and calm the situation.
Hit the FOLLOW button to receive newly published articles. LIKE and SHARE the article. It's not been long since the military assaulted some persons at Wa and were punished for their actions. Another incident is said to have taken place at Kumasi Girls Senior High School as a joint police - military personnel allegedly assaulted some girls of the school.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has written to all heads of senior high schools across the country to keep SHS 3 students in school despite their mid-semester break. Not long ago the ministry of education gave the permission to SHS 3 students go home for a while after their long stay in school.
Ghana has recorded more than 400 new Covid-19 cases since the wellbeing administration's keep going update on July 20. Presently, dynamic Covid-19 cases as of July 21, remains at 4094. Another report on the Ghana Health Service's site shows that among the dynamic cases, 26 are serious while 15 individuals are in basic condition.
More than 100 understudies in four Senior High Schools (SHSs) in the Ashanti Region have tried positive for COVID-19 in the most recent reports from the Ghana Health Service. Ghana has recorded 100,250 Coronavirus cases with 819 passings and 95,871 recuperations. The Ashanti Regional Health Director of the Ghana Health Service Dr. Emmanuel Tenkorang talking on Kumasi based Nhyira FM Kukurantumi show facilitated by Nana Kwadwo Jantuah said Covid cases are ascending in some auxiliary schools in the district.
The management of the Ghana Education Service has directed all Heads of senior high and technical schools in the country to restrain final year students from moving outside their campuses as they break for midterm. In a letter released by GES dated 19th July 2021 and signed by the Deputy Director-General, Dr. Kwabena Bempah Tandoh, it added that mid-semester break for SHS 3 students should be observed in the schools without any academic activities.
Today at 8pm the President of the republic Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to address the 26th Address to the nation on Covid 19. Ghana’s total number of confirmed cases surpassed 100,000 on Friday, 23rd July, 2021, Ghana Health Service (GHS) confirmed. According to the GHS, the West African country’s total cases stood at 100,250 with 819 related deaths.
Simon Osei-Mensah, the Ashanti Regional Minister has defended the deployment of security officers to Kumasi Girls Senior High School to quell a demonstration. According to him, military and police officers were dispatched to the school solely to preserve law and order, not to torture the students.
Unbelievable- Central region teenage pregnancy remains high as girls now exchange sex for fish The issue of the Central Region teenage pregnancy has since remained worrisome, with the latest discovery being that girls now exchange sex for fish which they sell to make a living. According to a report by Graphic.com, some teenagers in the Central region are bartering sex for fish in some fishing communities in the region, a practice that is drastically watering down and affecting the ongoing fight against teenage pregnancy.