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Angry Students Sell School Gate to Scrap Dealers Amidst Protest

Cursory: Students of the Kumasi Technical Institute (KTI) have reportedly attempted to sell the school’s gate. This happened after a riot that occurred in the school during which teachers wee assaulted and properties were destroyed. It all started when the school’s senior housemaster questioned a student for wearing unauthorized attires.

Kumasi Technical Institute (KTI) is still trying to recover after a protest was conducted by angry students. The school even lost a school gate which the angry students allegedly gave it to oils scraps dealers.

It was also reported that they attacked teachers and destroyed properties. The school’s authorities finally discovered the gate in the possession of the dealer.

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Details available show that the students were protesting ill-treatment from a senior housemaster, reports.

It has been confirmed that the students handed over the gate to the dealer and assured him they will be back to negotiate its price.

The school’s principal, Andoh Mensah, decried the conduct of the students, saying that students in other institutions do not behave like that. She, however, added that she will not allow the students to dictate to the authorities on how to run the school.


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