The party has presented some boxes of assorted drinks, bottled water and biscuits to stranded parents and students who have been trooping to the place since Monday September 8, 2019.
According to him, the donation was the NDC’s small way of sympathising with those stranded at the Independence Square considering the fact that some of them have been there for over three days.
Scores of parents and their children have been trooping to the Black Star Square to lodge complaints of challenges they are facing with the Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS)
Some of the complaints have to do with no placement of school, change of school due to distance from home and other personal reasons.
Other concerns relate to students’ inability to be placed in their prefered schools despite obtaining good grades.
On Monday, two female Junior High School (JHS) graduates collapsed at the Independence Square after long hours in the queue to change her Senior High School (SHS) school placement.