Final year student of OPASS picked up by father in Ghana Air Force helicopter after completing WASSCE exams [video]

A final-year student of Ofori Panin Senior High School (OPASS) who just completed the WASSCE exams was picked up by his father in a Ghana Air Force helicopter on the school campus.

According to information gathered by, the student’s father, who is employed by the Ghana Air Force, unexpectedly showed up at the school to surprise his son after he had finished his West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

A group of students who were around as at that time gathered at the helicopter landing site to witness the moment.

The father’s decision to use public resources for his son has drawn criticisms from certain internet users on the microblogging platform X, formerly known as twitter.

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Check out some of the reactions below:
@iamdennisdarko quizzed: “State property being put to good use.”

@THERESLKIWI1 wrote: “Do you think this is done in any forward thinking society? No but here we are, people can misuse state property just because they can. How can we get a better Ghana with this attitude.”

@iamdreamchaserr said: “Ahhh Ghana😂I don’t remember the last time this was used to convey accident victims to the hospital or used in firefighting”

@billchris72ø fumed: “Wasting Ghana’s resources on a fool’s errand”

@Korleykhadijatu wrote: “Using state property dier saaa o”

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