Students of Ola Girls SHS on boozing spree

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One will anticipate that if even all understudies of different second cycle schools in the nation will unfortunate behavior themselves, those from Missionary Schools by their preparation will be a special case and fill in as good examples for their companions by living praiseworthy ways of life.

Be that as it may, this isn’t the situation as a video has risen via web-based networking media uncovering understudies of Our Lady of Apostles (OLA) Girls Senior High School (SHS) in the Volta Region on a drinking binge.

In the video located by MyNewsGh.com, the understudies are seen holding plastic containers of a neighborhood mixed refreshment and blending it with a soda pop while alternating to serve themselves in a homeroom without risk of punishment.

The short of what one-minute video uncovered the young understudy young ladies in their ‘check’ outfits behaving in a way that is an attack against the preparation being imparted in them by the Catholic Church and an infringement of the laws of the school.

What is all the more stunning is the way the beverage discovered its way into the grounds and later into the homeroom where these young ladies viewed as guiltless, were seen swallowing it looking to recommend it isn’t different to them.

In the video, they are caught saying “you all are lushes… pour little for me. Where is the coke? Blend am give me, blend am give me.

This stressing improvement comes at once the Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) is regretting about the utilization of pot by understudies of different SHSs in the nation.

As per the Public Relations Officer for NACOB, Nana Nkwanta Bisa, in light of the fact that weed is more affordable and open, it has turned into the most ordinarily manhandled medication by youngsters as understudies bound their shito with it.

“We have understood that most understudies in the life experience school have turned to include small in their shito because of the simple openness of the substance” he uncovered on Thursday, June 27, 2019.

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