Parents of Morning Star School storm premises to protest payment of fees in full

Parents of Morning Star School storm premises to protest payment of fees in full

- Scores of parents who have their wards at the Morning Star School have are protesting the demand of full term payment of fees

- According to them, they expect the school to be more sensitive and reduce the payment of the fees

- They stormed the school premises to seek the schools view on why the school is demanding the full payment of fees

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Scores of parents who have their children registered as students of the Morning Star School have beseeched the school premises protesting the demand of full term payment of fees.

According to them, due to the COVID-19 which led to the closure of schools, their wards did not have access t the school to be taught.

Some of the angry parents were of the view that the demand by the school for the full payment of their ward's third term fees did not augur well with them as the tone of the school message was rather demanding.

Parents of Morning Star School storm premises to protest payment of fees in full

Parents of Morning Star School storm premises to protest payment of fees in full Source: UGC
Source: UGC

They stormed the school premises to seek the schools view on why the school is demanding the full payment of fees

Speaking to Citi News, some of the parents lamented how the COVID-19 and its related issues has affected their income flow.

They however, expected the school authorities to be sensitive enough and adjust things since these are not normal times.

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Fred Brown said he has been vindicated

Today I have been vindicated, those ladies who manage the school are soo arrogant and disrespectful to the extent that they don’t respect anyone. Good luck with these concerned parents

Margaret Vormawor couldn't help but complain about the arrogance of the school authorities

And the proprietors are arrogant. Will not listen. They claim they have made their BRAND....... how ? Paying fees for third term when children are still at home. Private schools and their waahaalaa.

Darling Asabee said something else can be done to meet the teachers halfway

I share the emotions of these parents in difficult times like these , but sincerely if u are in the shoes of a private school teacher (pupil teachers )my dear is not easy.
Something can done at least meet it at half way to settle the teachers

Ebow Acquah wondered how much they paid as fees

How much are they paying a term in fees? Asking for someone

Oteng Samuel Jnr said the parents should have taken their wards to government schools

Ah!! Des one too be wahala,u chose der over government school, AFEI NA WOSU

Blessed Harmony Koranteng believes it is sheer greed

Are they the only school that needs money? Ah! Greediness

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In other news, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has moved the examination centre from Bright Senior High School (SHS) in Kukurantumi to Ofori Panin Senior High School.

The action of the WAEC follows the recent attack on its officials at the school during the ongoing West African Secondary School Examination (WASSCE).

According to a Citi News report, final students of Bright SHS attacked the WAEC officials after allegedly being incited by their proprietor, Bright Amponsah.

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