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Tempane SHS re-opens on Monday December 17 to only first years

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The Tempane Senior High School will be re-opened to first years on Monday, December 17.

The District Chief Executive,of Tempane Paul Abugre Azumah who confirmed this however, added that a decision will be taken on when the second and third-year students to return to the school in the coming days.

The school was closed down on Tuesday on the orders of the DCE, following a hunger strike by students in solidarity with their headmaster who was suspended for allowing the then national organizer aspirant of the NDC, Joshua Akamba to engage in a political activity at the school. It is still unclear whether the head teacher will return to the school.

Mr.Abugre Azumah said the decision to reopen the school is to allow the students to prepare for their end-of-term examinations. He said the closure of the school was done as a precautionary measure to prevent the destruction of properties.

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