8 Ghanaian Students Expelled From School For Insulting the President Nana Akufo-Addo

8 high school students in Ghana have been suspended and are now begging for forgiveness after a video of them insulting Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo went viral. The students were seen kneeling and apologizing in a video, with one of them saying, “I am here with my colleagues on our knees to beg the president, the Headmaster, the education office and our fellow Ghanaians. We are sorry for our video that went viral. We did not mean for it to go viral. It was childish play. We are sorry and on our knees.”

The video sparked outrage among many Ghanaians, who did not agree with the disrespectful way the students were talking about the president. Opposition leaders, however, argued that the punishment did not fit the crime, and that the students should be allowed to express themselves without being suspended from school.

At the end of the day, it is important to remember that the students are still young and should be taught a lesson without necessarily being suspended from school. It is also important to note that everyone should be respectful of the president, regardless of their political views.

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