Today, Lawyer Amaliba and Dennis Miracle Aboagye, Former MCE of Akuapim North joined Berla Mundi on the New Day, TV 3. They first deliberated on the mass failure of students who sat for the Law exams. Lawyer Amaliba, lead counsel of the NDC legal team, who also passed through the same legal educational system explained that this situation was a deliberate artificial creation of failure for reasons of inadequate infrastructure and other reasons.
Dennis Aboagye agreed with the NDC lawyer. He recounted how his dreams of becoming a lawyer was shattered. He narrated how he applied to read law at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and consequently selected for an interview. He disclosed that he was naive then as that was the first time he stepped into the land of Kumasi. He explained that during the interview, he was asked only one question.
"Do you have a relative who studied law or is a lawyer or judge".
Obviously, he had no such relative so he failed the interview despite the fact that he presented a great grade or result.
"I failed my interview because I did not have any relative who read law", Dennis Aboagye.
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