YEN.com.gh is reporting of how some students at Prempeh College are about to be evicted after failing to pass their end of term examinations
The fate of 51 first year students at Prempeh College remains on the balance after school authorities are said to have threatened sacking them upon failing their papers.
Yen.com.gh is learning that the decision by the school authorities is to ease the congestion at the various classrooms to pave way for deserving free SHS entrants.
According to a concerned mother, Maame Yaa Asantewaa, her son - a student who failed his papers - is among the 51 students who are being ordered by school authorities to pack their things and exit.
"I went to the school yesterday 24th September 2017 and my son told me that though they’re still on campus, they are really not part of the school. They don’t have opportunity to go to dining hall and their names are not in the school register," she narrated in an interview with Abusua FM at Kumasi.
Meanwhile, school authorities at Prempeh College are yet to respond to these claims as all efforts to get their reactions continue to remain futile.
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