- A graduate of the Junior High School level of education who shared his challenges with placement in a Senior High School has been offered admission at Adisadel College
- Elvis gained national attention after he granted an interview in which he revealed he was placed in a school in the Ashanti region
- According to him, he preferred a school in the Central region
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A 16-year-old Junior High School (JHS) graduate known as Elvis has finally been admitted to Adisadel College.
Elvis gained media attention when he granted an interview with respect to the uncertainties associated with the placement of Junior High School (JHS) graduates in Senior High School (SHS).
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that he chose schools in the Central region but he was given a school in the Ashanti region.
Elvis, who attended Budumburam DA Basic School, chose Adisadel College, Ghana National, Apam SHS, and Awutu-Winneba SHSs.
In photos that have surfaced online, he is seen wearing a school uniform and posing for a photo.
YEN.com.gh is yet to confirm if he is reading Visual Arts, a course he expressed interest in prior to his admission.
In other news, a graduate assistant at the music department of the Nnamdi Azikwe University, Mmaduabuchi Gerald Eze, has shared information about a traditional musical instrument known as the Oja.
The Oja is a ‘talking flute’ and Eze is determined to ensure that its traditional significance is not forgotten.
According to him, the sounds produced by the Oja, more often than not, indicate that something mysterious is about to happen.
He added that its sounds are not sounds, but rather speech tones within the context of the Igbo culture.
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