Bees chase pupils out of classroom

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By Lorlornyofm October 13, 2017 21:03

Bees chase pupils out of classroom

A swarm of bees have invaded and taken over the local primary school of Hiamankyene in the Tain district of the Brong Ahafo.

The bees according to Tain FM’s Nana Kwasi Gyimah have occupied the compound of the school, making it virtually impossible for the teachers and the pupils to attend classes.

He said residents and pupils of the town have been beaten severely by the bees.

The beating, which did not spare the Odikro of the community, Nana Kofi Kyere, also left some of the pupils when the bees pounced on him.

Nana Kofi Kyere told Adom News the bees invade the school every day but it has become very deadly this time around.

Though the Ghana National Fire Service have come to the rescue of the residents and pupils to salvage the situation, Nana Kwasi Gyimah reported on Adom Midday News that their vehicle has been stucked in a mud making it difficult for the fire service team to bring the situation under control.

The Odikro however suggested to the school management to prepare beehives at the outskirts of the town to attract the insects, as an economic venture.

Source: adomonline.com

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