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BECE Diaries : Weed Smoker Leaves Social Studies Paper To Smoke

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The Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) has commenced in all the 2,158 examination centers across the country with over 570,000 candidates participating in it. As usual, it is reported that some students carried babies and others pregnant as they write the examination.

These issues are very common whenever it is BECE, but one of the strangest things to have occurred at any examination center is what has happened today at Adansi Apagya in the Ashanti region.

It is reported that a candidate believed to be a weed smoker decided to hand over his scripts to the invigilator ahead of time as he heads to the bush to smoke marijuana.

According to the invigilator, before writing the first paper, Hassan Yusif arrived at the examination hall with a bottle of sobolo and 7 rolled papers which contained a powered substance. Hassan was seen pouring the powered substance into the bottle and shook it afterwards.

He then drank all the sobolo and, interestingly, began to sweat a few minutes later when the paper was given to him. Funny enough, he had wet the paper from the sweat and soon submitted it to the invigilator with only Yusif written on the script without his surname name or school’s name on it.

Right from hall, Hassan rushed to the canteen where he got himself a chilled iced kenkey and some banana he had grabbed from the sellers. Immediately, he was seen rushing to a nearby cocoa farm but was nowhere to be found when his colleagues searched for him.

Unknown to them, one of his colleagues saw that Hassan was in the bush smoking marijuana. The 16 years old student of Adansi Praso junior high told the invigilator that the only paper important to write again was Integrated Science. Which means he will be absent for the rest of the papers.

The headmaster of the school felt ashamed and disclosed that all attempts to encourage Hassan had proved futile. He noted that if not for the mother, he would not have registered him because Hassan never wrote any mock exams and attended class only a number of times.

Source:Kessben Breaking News


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