About eight students were sacked from writing their WASSCE due to overgrown hair and nails.
Some eight students of the St. Johns Grammar Senior High School, in Achimota, were prevented from writing their papers in the ongoing West Africa Senior Secondary Certification Examinations.
The confidence of these students were completely shattered when they were sacked by their invigilators that their hair and nails were overgrown.
The affected students became extremely angry and could not understand why the authorities would subject them to what they termed as ‘inhumane treatment’ albeit they have a few days to leave the four walls of the school.
The students explained that, they stood outside the examination hall with the hope that they would be called after thirty minutes to write the papers but the authorities refused to allow them write the exams.