After a number of staff members and students were taken into custody, chaos broke out at the Bolgatanga Technical Institute in the Upper East Region.
The cars of certain school administrators were among the items damaged by the pupils.To keep the pupils under control, police were called to the school.
According to reports, they used tear gas and warning bullets.
The National Investigations Bureau personnel were in the school on Monday to monitor continuing tests, and Yorose Zackary, the school’s principal, recalled that two kids were detained for having phones on them.
According to Mr. Zackary, “as they searched through the phones, they saw some questions that they considered to be the exam paper they were composing.”
During questioning, it was claimed that the head of the electricals department had set up a WhatsApp group to which leaked test questions were delivered.
The students were given bail on Monday night by the school administration.
Tuesday morning, after being transported to the NIB office along with some accused personnel, pupils from the school became agitated and asked to see their peers.
Police responded to the situation in the school.
“Thankfully, the peace has been preserved.There are police here,” Mr. Zackary declared.