A story reaching Honestynewsgh from Wassa East District of the Western Region has revealed that the pupils of Oseneso D/A Basic School in that district have embarked on a serious demonstration to protest the lack of chairs in their classrooms.
According to the information gathered, the pupils, who were without the protection and guidance of their teachers, began the protest around 8:30 am on Tuesday, March 22, from the school’s premises through the main street of the Oseneso Community and ended at the chief’s palace.
The pupils are reported to have attacked the chief’s linguist and tore his shirt in the process for trying to calm them down.
Nana Yaw Gyesi, the chief of Oseneso expressed his displeasure about the students behaviour. In an interview with Kwame Owusu Asante on Angel Fm the King divulge that he was not in town when the whole brouhaha happened.
“I had a phone call from my linguist that the students have come to the palace to carry all the chairs from the palace to the school.
“The linguist revealed to the king that the school children came and beat him up and tore his shirt. They complained that they lacked chairs in the school”. the king said.
“I picked a motor and rushed back but the pupils told me they won’t allow me to pass to my house and they were many. They had carried all the chairs from the palace to the school.”
“The notorious actions of the students is not right, it is totally indiscipline. I am highly disappointed in the entire staff of the school for allowing the students to embark on such demonstration and risking the children’s lives”, he added.
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