Some aggrieved parents have stormed the Black Star Square in Accra to report placement problems including missing names at allocated schools and placement at day schools when the student lives hours away from the school.
Recently it was reported that some students first-year students and their parents who turned up at the Mfantsipim Senior High School (SHS) in the Central Region with their trunks and chop boxes on Sunday have been left stranded after they were turned away by authorities of the school.
The school’s authorities claim students who were placed in the school under the self-placement module (CSSPS) were wrongly placed; thus they should go back home.
However, photos available to Jupdateafrica.com sees some aggrieved parents who have thronged the Black Star Square today 16th September, 2019, to express their dissatisfaction over the Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS).
One of the parents speaking to Accra-based Neat FM said; “My child had Mfantsipim SHS and we saw his name on the list, we went to the school later only to find out that his name is no more on the list. We have been sleeping here since Sunday and we won’t go back till our children are placed.
“How can they admit students who got aggregate 29 and 30 in the school to study science when our wards who got nine ones are turned away? We won’t accept this. We know our President is not aware of this and so he should intervene,” the parents cried.
See the photo chanced by this portal below;

Parents storm Black Star Square
Parents storm Black Star Square

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