The Ministry of Education says calm has returned to the Islamic Senior Tall School within the Ashanti Locale after Monday’s chaos that come about in more than a dozen understudies being hospitalized.
Deputy Education Minister, John Ntim Fordjour, after a visit to the school on Monday night, said all the harmed understudies are right now secure and reacting to restorative treatment. Citi News prior detailed that at slightest 30 understudies of the school had been surged to the healing center after police opened tear gas on them whereas they were illustrating over visit knockdowns before the school.
The understudies blocked the street before their school within the course of their challenge, provoking specialists to welcome the police. While portraying the occurrence as disastrous, the Appointee Serve guaranteed that full scholastic work will continue on Tuesday. He too said: “Out of the thirty-eight (38) understudies hospitalized, twenty-two (22) have been released and have joined their colleagues on campus.
Perused an explanation issued by the service on the matter below: The Service of Instruction has been properly briefed on the disastrous occurrence that happened on the campus of the Islamic Senior Tall School in Kumasi on Monday, June 13, 2022.
On behalf of Hon Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister for Education, Deputy Minister for Education, Hon Ntim Fordjour went with by the Ashanti Territorial Chief of Instruction, Leader of Kumasi, and CHASS President has gone to the influenced understudies at the different wellbeing offices as well as tended to the complete understudy populace on campus.
The Ministry of Instruction would like to guarantee the open that all the influenced understudies are reacting to therapeutic treatment and are in great condition.
Out of the thirty-eight (38) understudies hospitalized, twenty-two (22) have been released and have joined their colleagues on campus. We would like to guarantee guardians and gatekeepers of the security and security of their wards, as full scholastic work begins on Tuesday, June 14, 2022.