Parliament “ordered” the General Legal Council to admit 499 failed law students EVANS ANNANG October 29, 2021 13:27

  Parliament “ordered” the General Legal Council to admit 499 failed law students EVANS ANNANG October 29, 2021 13:27 The Ghanaian parliament, by a resolution, ordered the Legal Council generally admits four hundred and ninety-nine (499) students who did not matriculate to the Ghana Law School. Law students protest The resolution is to force the Ghana Law School to admit students as part of the successful applicants for the 2021 entrance exams. Sports Coutinho joins Brazil for World Cup qualifiers Entertainment Shatta Michy reveals how she left Shatta Wale’s house without clothes (SEE) This follows an offer made by Minority Vice President Ahmed Ibrahim, which was moderated by First Vice President , who presided over Joseph OseiOwusu, and was echoed by Congressman Effutu and Deputy Majority Leader Alexander AfenyoMarkin. After questioning the passage of the resolution, First Vice President Joseph OseiOwusu ordered Attorney General Godfred Dame to ensure that the resolution was passed by the Ghana Law School. 4,444,499 students denied admission to the Ghana Law School are standing in court to challenge a ruling arguing that the published grading scale changed after the exam. Law students protest However, the Accra High Court’s Human Rights Division, chaired by Judge Nicholas Mensah Abodakpi, adjourned the case in which several “unsuccessful” LLB students sued General Legal Advisor and Attorney General. When the lawsuit titled “Daniel Sackey and 142 Others Against the General Counsel”

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