Narrating the incidence, Bukari Alhassan explained that students were promised 50 cedis each to grave the even and carry placards to welcome Former President John Mahama and apologize to him for voting against in the last election.
According to him, the organizers of the day failed to live up to the promise of paying 50 cedis each but ended up giving each student 5 cedis with the explanation that the number of students that turned up exceeded the number Budgeted for.
Student Nurses form the Nalerigu Nursing and Midwifery College who were see in a widely a viral video on social media over the weekend apologizing to John Mahama were paid 5 cedis each.
This is according to an interview granted by a student who gave his name as Bukari Alhassan on Kessben Fm on Monday morning.
“The students turned up because of 50 because they were promised 50 cedis and breakfast. But in the evening when they it was time for them to take their promised, they were give 5 cedis each with explanation that more students turned beyond their expected budget”, he said.
Meanwhile management of the school has distant itself from the incidence and launched a full investigation into the conduct of the students.