- Kinbu SHTS final year students have been sharing their experience on combining their studies with the COVID-19 safety protocols
- Many of them indicated that the pandemic has really affected them badly but they are only doing their best to prepare for the final exams
- A gentleman named Theophilius, however, said that they have had more time to study because of delays caused by COVID-19, which is an advantage
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Final year students at the Kinbu Senior High Technical School have been narrating their experiences after resuming school amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The students made views known in a special edition of YENKasa when the YEN team visited their campus to find out how life has been after the resumption.
The first person who was spoken to was a gentleman who indicated that learning has been difficult for them because they stayed at home with virtually no guidance on what do to or not to do.
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The second was a girl and she indicated that it is difficult following the COVID-19 protocols and focusing on studies simultaneously but they are doing all they can to follow the directives issued by the government.
Then came Theophilius whose view stated an advantage that the pandemic has brought albeit it came along with many cons as well.
According to Theophilius, it is hard trying to breathe and focus on studies whilst in nose masks and also mentioned that they have had to study by themselves as some of the teachers are not around.
Finally, the final year student added that COVID-19 has actually given them a chance to study more because the date scheduled for their final exam was postponed.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, oral historians in the courthouses of Fante chieftains hold the view that their forefathers were led to their present settlement by mysterious animals disguised as men.
A news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Face2FaceAfrica indicates that the first Fantes, as the history has it, tore away from the Bono people, another Akan group in Ghana’s hinterlands, in the 1200s.
It is indicated that it was from that separation that the name 'Fante' itself emerged as the term means, “half/part torn”.
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