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‘Naughty’ Chiana SHS girls who insulted Prez given psychological support after trauma

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After some students of the Chiana Senior High School were seen in a viral video insulting the president, the Ghana Education Service (GES) began investigations into the matter.

“Our attention has been drawn to a viral video circulating on social media involving some students misconducting themselves and using vulgar and unprintable words on the President of our land. Management of Ghana Education Service (GES) condemns this unfortunate act which is against every educational and moral principle in our society. We wish to inform the general public that the students in the video have been identified as second year students of Chiana Senior High School in the Kassena Nankana West District. Management of the school has begun investigations to unravel the circumstances surrounding such unfortunate utterances and gestures. Parents of the students have also been invited to assist in the investigations,” portions of the statement signed by Cassandra Twum Ampofo, the Head of the Public Relations Unit at GES said. 

Shortly after, the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools also issued a statement condemning, in no uncertain terms, the behaviour of the girls. CHASS also rendered an unqualified apology to the president over the matter and insisted that the right punishment would be meted out to serve as deterrent to the girls. 

In a recent interview with A1 Radio’s Mark Smith, the Upper East Regional Chairman of CHASS, Richard Akumbasi explained that the girls in the said video hav had to receive some counselling because of the high level of trauma they were exposed to after the video went viral. 

“The girls were taken through disciplinary processes and their parents were invited to take them home and give them some counselling. There was a lot of trauma in the lives of the girls. What I also know is that for the disciplinary case, they were listened to. They were taken through the process [and] they took them home to counsel them. It is being handled,” he said. 

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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