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JUST IN: SHS students may be forced to go home over food shortage

As the situation with the food scarcity gets worse, senior high schools all around the country are in danger of closing.

After the Upper West Regional Chapter of the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) imposed a seven-day deadline for the delivery to be made, the Education Ministry stated that food supplies will reach the schools by Tuesday.

However, it has come to light that the administration did not keep its commitment.

Kwesi Kwarteng, the Public Relations Officer for the Education Ministry, defended them by admitting that there had been problems with the delivery.

The development has further agitated senior high school administrators around the nation.

The Eastern Regional Chapter of CHASS is the most recent organization to give notice that if the government does not supply the materials by the end of the week, there may be a school closure.

SHS students stranded and cries

Four teacher unions have already started a walkout to seek cost of living compensation.

Some parents have demanded that the schools be closed as a result of these defeats.


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