Four students of Zebilla senior high school in the upper east region has been denied access to take part in the ongoing west African examination following their arrest.
The students within the early hours of Monday, August 3, appealed to the Zebila Police Commander to permit them to hitch their colleagues to write the exams, but their request was declined.
The police service stated that the student returning after writing the exams is not guaranteed as they could not also send policemen with guns as it would put fear in all the students writing.
In an interview with TV3, the Headmaster of the college, Richard Ayabilah regretted the event but stressed that the due process of law must be followed.
The students alongside three others were accused of rioting, causing unlawful damage and disturbing public peace.
Zebilla senior high and Technical School( Zebilla Sectech) student was said to have vandalized school property after the school head took their phones
The enraged students sent teachers and other workers fleeing for his or her lives as they pelted stones and wielded sticks and clubs which were meant for whipping the teachers.