Headmaster Opens Barbering Shop For Students With Non-Approved Hairstyles In St. Peter's SHS

ThinkNews Online can confirm that the headmaster of St Peter's Senior High School in Nkwatia in the Eastern Region has opened a barbering shop to help deal with students with non-approved hairstyles.

According to sources, the reason for the set up of the barbering shop will help students look good and presentable.

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In a release signed by the Global President of Perscobas, Ben Afrifa said “What is clear is that the current headmaster has instilled much stronger discipline, including, among others, a barbering salon in the school where students with non-approved hair styles are converted into clean shaven student haircuts”

He added that they are concerned that if members of Perscobas fraternity continue to circulate such pictures with a view to justify the discourse one way or the other, they might end ridiculing the school.

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The statement also called the public to the school to institute and enforce the appropriate school regulation to ensure discipline on campus.

Below is a copy of the release:

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith