Ghana International School holds prom for graduants showing how the top 1% live in Ghana (Photos)

Ghana International School holds prom for graduants showing how the top 1% live in Ghana (Photos)

Ghana International School (GIS) held their annual graduation party or prom for senior students, and from the photos and comments gathered by, many believe the lives of these students are indicative of how the richest Ghanaians live.

Ghana International School is one of the most expensive private schools in Ghana. Over the last weekend of June 2019, the school held its annual promenade for graduating students of their second-cycle education level.

And immediately photos from the occasion touched base on Twitter, they sent tongues wagging.

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"My brother hustle oo,so you can also take your children to Ghana International School(GIS) na PROM de3 3y3," wrote @agyemang_wiredu.

"Abrokyire Aba Ghana. GIS," added @SylvesterKOsei.

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GIS is one of the oldest private schools in Ghana. It affords students one of the most wholesome schooling experiences. The school supposedly starts from GHC 14,000 a year.

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The student population at GIS features expatriates who are usually children of diplomats and international businessmen.

The Ghanaians who are at GIS are mostly children of the richest and most privileged people, definitely the small percentage at the top.

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