The running mate of the largest opposition party in Ghana (NDC), Prof. Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang has condemned the spree of indiscipline among various Senior High Schools in the country.
Scores of students sitting for their WASSCE went on a rampage destroying school properties and abusing teachers and invigilators over strict supervision. Others complained that their expected questions did not show up in the Integrated Science 2 paper.
Some even went as far as verbally attacking the President; an action that led to their dismissal and subsequent ban from writing their remaining papers.
During a courtesy call to the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs at Dodowa, Prof Opoku Agyemang called for the assistance of the traditional leaders as the NDC attempts to regain power in order to improve the education sector and governance in the country.
“We know what is happening in our education… Nananom this is where we’ll need you, we need all of us as parents, we need all of us as responsible citizenship. We shouldn’t get to a level where we have little children speaking ill of adults. It shows we have work to do…” she told a gathering of chiefs and traditional leaders at the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs at Dodowa.