Kumasi, Ashanti Region – In a significant disciplinary action, the authorities at Kumasi Technical Institute (KTI) have made the decision to send home more than 500 students due to their misconduct and violation of school regulations.
The students involved, all of whom resided in the boarding house, were reportedly responsible for causing damage to school property during a rampage that occurred on May 17.
Although school authorities have not provided detailed information on the incident, they have emphasized that their actions were taken to uphold discipline within the school. An official report regarding the students' conduct has been submitted to the Technical and Vocational Education Training Directorate for appropriate action.
According to sources, the affected students failed to attend a general assembly parade on Friday, during which a roll call was conducted by the authorities. Subsequently, the students were instructed to pack their belongings and vacate the dormitories.
Once they are called back, they will have to appear before the school's disciplinary committee to address their actions.
The school authorities are scheduled to meet with the parents of the affected students to provide them with detailed information about the situation.
As of Citi News' visit to the premises, most of the affected students had already left the school, while others were in the process of packing their belongings.
To ensure order and address the situation, the Manhyia Divisional Command dispatched police officers to the school. The Police Commander addressed the remaining students, urging them to uphold the law and abide by school rules.
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