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.
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.
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