- A video of five Ghanaian junior high school students pouring libation has popped up
- The students waged a spiritual war on the Science subject claiming the subject has made their lives difficult
- A skit of the students has gone viral
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Some senior high school students have waged a spiritual war on the 'stubborn almighty' Science subject claiming the subject has made their lives difficult.
A video clip in circulation captures some junior high school students pouring libation, invoking their ancestors to come to their rescue as they prepare to write Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in 2020.
The five students, clad in cloths, are seen holding science textbooks with one leading them in the exercise while the other four back him.
''Nananom, we have exams ahead of us, we call on all JHS students across the country to join us with guns, swords, bow and arrow as we head to WAEC to disgrace science in 2020,” the leader said while mentioning some botanical names and terms students are compelled to memorize.
''What’s all these about? Nananom, history suggests that even the Big Six never liked science. However, we are learning about atom, potassium permanganate when we cannot eat it. Nananom, science is becoming a torn in our flesh. Deal with him drastically on our behalf.''
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Meanwhile, multi-talented young Ghanaian disc jockey star and artiste, Erica Tandoh, famed as DJ Switch, has taken pride in her senior brother, who she simply identified as Theo.
The versatile internationally acclaimed DJ, who has shared the stage with celebrated global artistes such as Wyclef Jean, recently took to her social media handles to wish her brother a belated happy birthday.
DJ Switch shared a posted a photo of Theo who was captured with a very sparkling smile.
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