A Female Student of T.I Ahmadiyya SHS has left school indefinitely over inability to afford 3 bags of cement per directive issued by management of TI Ahmadiyya SHS headed by Mr Issahaque Yahaya.
A Student out of lack of funds to procure the three bags of cement left school indefinitely to a relative at Bulenga in the Wa East District, the student left school without permission to observe Eid Festivities on the 27th of June 2023 and has since been charged to provide the three bags of cement as punishment.
Per the directive, embattled students who fail to provide the school with three bags of cement valued at Gh 300 shall be suspended indefinitely from the school.
According to the Ghana Education Service (GES) Code of Ethics, section three, subsection twenty five, unauthorized collection of monies from students is barred.
3.25 Unauthorized Collection of Monies, Fees or Levies
No staff shall collect unauthorized monies, fees or levies from pupils/students without the permission of the Director General of the GES.
Statement from the School
BREAKING OF SCHOOL RULE BY SCALING THE SCHOOL’S FENCED WALL
Management of the school regrets to inform you that, as a result of your ward’s refusal to obey school rules by scaling the fenced wall upon several warnings, he has been billed to bring three (3) bags of cement. This will enable Management to put the broken fenced wall in shape and also serve as a deterrent to others. Management expects to receive the three (3) bags of cement on or before
Thank you in anticipation.
Meanwhile, According to a whistle Blower within the Institution, final year students are to be suspended and prevented from having their meals if they fail to provide the bags of cement demanded by management.