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Young boy who insulted Nana Addo finally checks his results- Ghanaians react massively

The final year student who insulted Nana Addo a few months ago caused massive stir online as Ghanaians demanded that he reveals his results. People already started politicizing the results of the young boy as they claim his insult to Nana Addo is a possible reason for him to fail. Many social media persons also reacted massively towards the current trend going on.

Nicholas Cobbinah who was a final year student of the Sekondi college as we all know got himself into trouble and this was a situation no one would wish to be in because of the pressure Ghanaians imposes on him.

The statements made by the young school children or students a few months ago have been trending as well as used by certain parties to criticize the president. The student only made a childish mistake but politics has nothing to do with that. After WAEC had released the results, a video of the young boy checking his results yesterday alongside other colleagues popped up online.

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From the students, the much anticipated results of the young boy as people assumed that he will not perform well was proven wrong. The young boy did his best and passed the examination per his effort during the examination. Though there are a few trolls here and there from social media users and a dare for him to post the results, he has disregarded them all but revealed he did well.

People have congratulated him and have shown massive reaction towards the great achievement by the young boy.

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