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An incident of bedbugs infestation at the Tema Technical School has triggered a shutdown of the school’s boarding facility as students are sent home.

According to authorities of the school, the shutdown of the boarding house for one week should allow them to fumigate the affected dormitories.

Managing Director of Primetime, organisers of the National Science and Maths Quiz (NMSQ), has said contestants can substitute during a quiz competition.
According to Nana Akua Ankomah-Asare, competing schools can change a contestant when the latter is tired or worn-out during the competition.

Speaking on Joy TV, she said "We have two contestants on stage but there’s actually three of them as a team but the third member doesn’t get to compete if they are not substituted because some health reason but this year’s there’s an option for the third team member to compete thus we are introducing substitution."

At least 76 pupils of Prince of Peace Junior High School (JHS) were left red-faced after they were turned away from the 2018 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) after their proprietor failed to register them despite collecting registration fees.

One hundred and fifty-one pupils paid 500 cedis each to a proprietor who collected 75,000 cedis. But the school head in his late 30's only registered 75 final-year students and allegedly pocketed 38,000 cedis. His name has yet to be confirmed.

Authorities of the Asante Mampong Technical College of Education (MAMTECH) in the Ashanti Region have expressed concern over the invasion of snakes on the campus of the school.
In the last 4 months, 4 persons have been bitten by snakes on the college campus.

The Dean of Student Affairs Douglas Koranteng blamed the snake invasion on the recent rainfall. He also said that authorities were doing everything possible to bring the situation under control.

The Korle-bu police in the Greater Accra region has arrested the immediate past president of Mensah Sabah hall for holding up an 'open ugmc now’ placard at Rebecca Foundation programme.
In a series of Facebook posts friends of Reginald Sekyi-Brown have stated that he sent them text messages after he was arrested.

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