The Ghana Education Service in Ashanti Region has says the protest by some students of Kumasi Academy Senior High school in Asokore Mampong over the mysterious deaths of three students should not alarm parents.

Students of Kumasi Academy, last Friday demonstrated against school authorities over what they described as mysterious deaths of students.

The students who nearly clashed with the police demanded to go home following the deaths of their colleagues.

Reports say, three students of the school have died within a period of 15 days.

Three students who were sick, reportedly demanded exeat last week and after it was granted they all died within two weeks at the hospital.

The demonstration by the students were triggered after three more students fell sick and were taken to the Garden City and Manhyia Government Hospitals.

Students in the school vandalized school buses and other properties in the process and attempted to attack the assistant head teacher of the school.

Also, some parents who stormed the school Friday evening to seek answers to the issues expressed disappointment in school authorities for failing to come out to calm them down.

But Public Relations Officer for Ashanti GES, Cassandra Twum- Ampofo has urged parents to remain calm as investigations leading to the death of the students are underway.

She said academic activities have returned to normalcy as the students prepare for Exams.

“Kumaca is very calm now and I want to urge parents to remain calm because we are doing our very best to make sure that situations leading to the deaths of these children are unrivaled. Students are preparing for their exams” she said.

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