Interdicting headmistress may be necessary but it is hardly sufficient – Kwaku Azar to GES

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Renowned public intellectual Professor Stephen Kwaku Asare popularly called Kwaku Azar has commended the Ghana Education Service (GES) for Interdicting the headmistress of KNUST SHS over the death of a student.

Professor Stephen Kwaku Asare however in a Facebook post sighted by Georgeweb.org urged the Education Service to outline some protocols for dealing with students who will become ill.

Kwaku Azar in his post suggested for the Ghana Education Service (GES) to re-examine whether the students should be in the boarding houses of the various Senior High Schools (SHSs).

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He said adequate measures must be put in place to avoid the same situation happen in another school.

READ ALSO: We asked his parents to take him away after first aid – KNUST SHS Headmistress

The Renowned public intellectual Professor extended condolences to the family of the late Leonard Sam, adding that “We failed them. May the young man Rest In Peace!”.

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Source: Georgeweb.org

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