The Ghana Education Service (GES) has said in a statement that it is saddened by the death of one Form Two student of Oyoko Methodist Senior High School reported having died shortly after sitting for her last end of semester paper.
GES remorses and explained that Jennifer Naa Doku Bolor, after writing the last paper of the semester on Thursday, July 30, 2020, reported sick to the school nurse and while she was being attended to, collapsed and was rushed to the St Joseph Hospital in Koforidua.
Jennifer is said to have unfortunately died on arrival at the hospital’s emergency ward and GES is yet to be informed by the hospital authorities on the exact cause of her death.
An assurance after GES remorse in the statement read that GES will provide further details on student’s death.
Read the full statement by the Ghana Education Service Below
As part of governments easing of COVID-19 restrictions, form 2 Gold Track SHS students were made to resume school to complete their academic activities for the semester as final years write WASSCE.
Having completed their examination, students from schools with recorded cases of COVID-19 were vacated and made to return home on Friday. However, schools who have recorded positive cases of COVID-19 will have their vacation delayed for assessment and observation before they can be released.