The directive is to enable management of the GES to institute an investigation into the development which led to the death of the student.
A statement signed by the Head of Public Relations Unit of GES, Ms. Cassandra Twum Ampofo said the administration of the school would be taken over by the Ashanti Regional Director of Education while the investigation was ongoing.
According to the report, the said business student whose identity is yet to be established complained of stomach pain but was left in the care of his mate for hours.
He was later rushed to a medical facility where he was pronounced dead.
Students of KNUST SHS protest over the death of fellow student
The development has since sparked agitations among the student body who took to campus to demonstrate their displeasure over the death of their colleague. Calm has since been restored with the intervention of armed police officers.