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Parents beg for 500 suspended KTI students

THE PARENTS, Teacher Association (PTA) of the Kumasi Technical Institute (KTI) has appealed to the school’s management to pardon and reinstate about 500 suspended students.

Some of the affected students embarked on a destruction spree in the school recently, whilst others also absented themselves from campus without permission from the school.

The students, who were all in the boarding house, reportedly caused damage to school properties during a rampage on May 17

Their weird action was said to have forced the school authorities to suspend them from the school as punishment for their wrongdoing and also serve as deterrent to others.

According to reports reaching the NEW PUBLISHER, it took the intervention of the police before the suspended students would leave the school campus last Friday.

But in a crunch meeting on Sunday, the PTA of KTI, led by its Chairman, Nana Yeboah Mensah, urged the school management to pardon the affected students by lifting the suspension.

Nana Mensah also proposed that CCTV cameras should placed in vantage points in the school campus to help expose students who indulge in violent acts in the near future.

Gabriel Osei, the Proprietor of the school, on his part, condemned the action of the 500 students, stressing that suspension was meant to punish them for going wayward.

Meanwhile, the school has lifted the suspension on the 500 students. However, the students would bear the cost of the damaged items, including the smashed windscreen of cars.

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