The authorities of the Yendi Health Assistance Training School in the Northern region have taken disciplinary action against 20 first-year students and two teachers for cheating in exams.
The students have been suspended for various periods ranging from one month to one year, depending on their level of involvement in the cheating.
The two teachers who were found to have facilitated the cheating have been dismissed from the school.
Some of the affected students have appealed to the school management to reconsider their suspensions and allow them to resume their studies.
A student who spoke to Citi News on condition of anonymity said she was suspended for two months and pleaded for leniency from the school authorities.