- 56 students of Adiembra Senior High School in Adiembra have been sacked by school authorities for disobeying safety protocols
- Per the reports, the students were spotted on the Sekondi -Takoradi rail line claiming to be there in search of water
- According to school authorities, Adiembra SHS has four boreholes on campus, so there was no need for the students to have left campus to search for water
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Some students of Adiembra Senior High School in the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly of the Western region have reportedly been sacked by school authorities for disobeying rules.
The students, numbering 56, reportedly escaped to town for reasons best known to them despite being advised not to exit campus due to COVID-19.
In an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on Onua TV, these 56 were all boys who were initially day students who moved into the boarding system.
The students were spotted on the Sekondi -Takoradi rail line and claimed they were there in search of water.
School authorities at Adiembra SHS said the school has four boreholes on campus, therefore it was completely unnecessary for the students to leave school in order to find water.
The students were absent all three times the roll was checked at different times in one day.
School authorities have asked them to stay home until further notice since that's what they want.
Meanwhile, final year students at Suhum Senior High School (SUTESCO) in the Eastern region were left stranded by their teacher because they reported to school late.
The students, numbering over 70, were prevented from entering the school's premises because they arrived after 5pm.
According to a Starr News report, the students, who reportedly resided outside Suhu, were asked to sleep outside the campus and return the next day at the right time.
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