The Ghana Education and learning Company (GES) has interdicted the headmistress of the KNUST Senior Large Faculty, Felicia Asamoah Dankwaa pursuing the demise of a closing calendar year university student of the school on Tuesday.
Armed police were on Tuesday pressured to restore relaxed on campus right after students of the school went on a demonstration to express their displeasure above the incident.
The pupils accused college authorities of not attending to the unwell boy, who complained of a abdomen upset in the course of the working day.
According to the learners, out of panic that the boy could have contracted Covid-19, he was left unattended, and in the treatment of his colleagues for just about three hours.
The subsequent news of his loss of life despatched college students on a rampage in the college ensuing in the pelting of stones and damaging of the headmistress’ saloon car or truck.
The indignant learners mentioned, had the academics attended to the boy and not waited for his father to decide him up, he would have survived.
Responding to the development in a press release, Head of General public Relations Device for the Ghana Training Company, Cassandra Twum Ampofo explained the interdiction of the headmistress is to allow for investigation into the situation.
According to her, the directive from the Director-General also indicates that the Regional Director of Schooling in the Ashanti Area is to consider in excess of the administration of the school until eventually the administration of GES concludes their investigation into the loss of life of the student.