- Might Man, a Ghanaian on Twitter, has rebuked the final year high school students in Ghana for their misconduct
- According to him, in his time students wrote WASSCE under worse conditions but still made it
- Different senior high schools have been in the news for protesting and, in some cases, boycotting their WASSCE exams over strict invigilation exercises
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A gentleman identified on Twitter as Mighty Man with the handle CalvinMensahJnr has bashed the final year senior high school (SHS) students for their misconduct.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle, Might Man points out that the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) candidates have more advantages than past candidates, including himself.
Even with far worse conditions than the current crop of students have, Mighty Man indicates that they were still able to survive all the hardships.
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"Apor swerved us, some of us were not fully prepared, there was strict invigilation, but we are still here," he says adding that some of the SHS students are completely out of line.
Different senior high schools have been in the news for protesting and, in some cases, boycotting their WASSCE exams over strict invigilation exercises.
This has taken many Ghanaians by surprise as it is the first time final year SHS students have shown that kind of behaviour on record.
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In a separate report, Janet Kyiriwaa, a Ghanaian mother with 19 children and 7 grandchildren, has begged for public support to help take care of them.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Adom TV, the numerous children were shown together with the house they all live in.
The young-looking woman begged her fellow Ghanaians to help provide food, clothing, abode, and others for her family as they have nobody.
Janet's fourth child, who says he is the only one in senior high school, spoke on behalf of his siblings, indicating the hardships their family has been going through.
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