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Angry students burn down school as principal fails to register them for WASSCE (Photos)

Suspected SHS 3 students of Government Secondary School (GSS) Tse-Agberagba in Konshisha Local Government Area of Benue State, has set the school ablaze.

The angry students were said to have carried out the action in protest of the failure of the school to register their 2020/2021 WAEC examinations.

The Executive Secretary, Benue State Teaching Service Board Dr. Frank Kyungun, has ordered the immediate suspension of the school principal, Mr Aliba Stephen for financial misconduct.


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He sued for total cooperation of the community and staff of the school to enable the new principal to deliver effectively and requested PTA to renovate affected blocks which includes Administrative block and library, while assuring that the affected candidates will be communicated on when their monies would be refunded back to them.

Responding, the suspended principal Mr. Aliba who is also under investigation blamed the incident on a PTA (Casual) staff who was in charge of ICT in the school, explained that receipts were presented to him with the believe that the exams were duly registered with WAEC not knowing the receipts were fake.


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According to report, about 75 candidates were affected while properties destroyed during the crisis includes: Certificates of WAEC & NECO that were yet to be collected, Certificate of Occupancy, school dossiers, sports equipment, chemistry and physics equipments, terminal exams results, MOCK & BECE results, furniture, school receipts, library books among many others.

Chairman of the PTA, Mr Anthony Ker Terhemba and other district heads had pleaded with the government not to withdraw the school from the community promised to be vigilant, investigate and promised to call the suspected members of the crime to order.


Source: Honestynewgh.com

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