- A new video of some students of the University of Ghana responding to some claims made by two SHS leavers has popped up
- It follows a viral video of two SHS leavers celebrating their passing of the 2018 WASSCE
- The young ladies were seen making controversial statements including a warning to Legon students
YEN.com.gh has sighted a new video purported to be a response from some Legon students to 2 female SHS leavers who threatened to chop them.
The video showed a gathering of boys in a room with two of them recording a video. The two boys in the video revealed that they were anxiously waiting for the young ladies.
They even went ahead to give their room number to the ladies who were yet to enter university.
The boys went on to congratulate the SHS leavers for their exceptional performance in the WASSCE and went on their knees to plead with the ladies to hurry up and join them on campus.
Other people have also re-enacted the video of the 2 female SHS leavers and have shared them on social media
Not too long ago, YEN.com.gh sighted a video of two female Senior High School (SHS) leavers making very controversial statements following the release of the 2018 WASSCE results.
The yet-to-be-identified young ladies revealed that they had excelled in the WASSCE and were going to get admission into the university.
To show their excitement, the two ladies recorded a video to send a message to Legon boys that they are coming to the University in style so they should get ready for them.
"The results are out and we did well. University here we come. Yea, the chicks are coming to the university. The besties are gonna rob you...'Leg boys, we are coming to 'chop you", they were heard saying in the video.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that results for the 2018 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) had been released with the results of 26,434 candidates withheld owing to their involvement in some examination malpractices.
In all, over 90,000 candidates are reported to have failed their Core Mathematics paper.
All candidates have been advised to contact their heads of school for their results. For those who may want to check it up online, they must visit WAEC's online website to access the provisional results.
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