A 23-year-old understudy and an ex-convict, Abu Safianu Yahaya has been denied affirmation by three Senior Secondary Schools (SHSs) in the country.
As indicated by the total (16) holder, the specialists of the schools, Wonderment Senior Secondary School, Fumbisi Senior Secondary School, and the Sandema Senior Secondary School all in the Northern District wouldn’t concede him since he is an ex-convict.
“Every one of the schools I attempted to get admission to requested that I return to my previous school for a proposal letter before they can concede me. The Stunningness SHS headteacher in the wake of perusing the suggestion from the Kumasi Focal Jail where I composed my BECE, revealed to me except if I go to the Ghana Schooling Administration head office in Accra he wouldn’t be in the situation to concede me,” he told crimecheckghana.
The Fundamental Training Testament Assessment (BECE) holder added that the headteacher at Fumbisi was able to offer him confirmation however things being what they are said, he would fall into difficulty on the off chance that he enlists him.”
He is along these lines approaching the public authority to help him acquire induction into any of the three Senior Secondary Schools that have wouldn’t enlist him.
Yahaya said he was indicted by a Kumasi High Court for taking.
He carried out a 12-year punishment at the Kumasi Focal Jail after he and his accessory grabbed somebody’s sack in Kumasi.
“I occupied with untoward conduct for at some point before my conviction. Presently, I have apologized,” he expressed
The ex-convict said he served four years of his term after his relatives bid his sentence following the demise of his dad.
This he said was on the grounds that his quality was needed to empower the family attempt a custom for his perished father.
“The allure of my sentence cost GH₵6,000. The cash was raised by one of my uncles. I’m my dad’s first male kid so I was should have been available to empower the family do the custom,” he said.