- A video has surfaced online and shows how a Junior High School graduate who chose schools in the Central region was given schools in the Ashanti region
- According to Elvis, he had to come to Accra to get the issue resolved but has been told to report on Monday. September 16, 2019
- 16-year-old Elvis hopes to read Visual Arts at the Senior High School level
A 16-year-old Junior High School (JHS) graduate named Elvis has opened up about how the school placement system chose a school in the Ashanti region for him.
YEN.com.gh understands that he chose schools in the Central region but he was denied access to all of them.
The schools he chose were Adisadel College, Ghana National, Apam SHS, and Awutu-Winneba SHS.
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Elvis, who attended Budumburam DA Basic School, added that he was given quite a number of choices in the Ashanti region.
His attempt to get the issue resolved led to a trip to Accra as officials in his locality directed him to come to the capital.
They explained that nothing could be done from their offices and as such it is better he comes to Accra.
Upon reaching Accra on Friday, September 13, 2019, he was asked to return to the offices in Accra on Monday, September 16, 2019, as the focus was currently on those who scored between aggregates 6 and 10.
Elvis scored aggregate 21 and hopes to read Visual Arts at the Senior High School level.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of photos of an act of kindness by two military men to a village in the Volta region.
The soldiers, AB2 Benjamin Osei Tutu, and AB2 Gideon Darko have donated various items to people in a district known as Gborfe.
Information available shows that Gborfe in the town of Kpando and the soldiers are stationed at the Tema Naval Base in Tema.
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