Today, Randy Abbey made some daring statements to the authorities at the Ghana School of Law. He disclosed that he still could not comprehend why they saw it normal to fail 2034 students at a goal all because of "quality". He suggested that rather than using lack of space as an excuse, the authorities could provide a set of standards to all the universities in Ghana which will allow students to write the exams with the same standard running through. He explained that that will be better than the mass failure they resort to. And with that, not only quality will improve but quantity as well. Edudzi Tamakloe also believed that the suggestion given by Randy was worth it. Edudzi alleged that this problem came about as a result of Nana Addo's bad administration.
"It is a political decision and this administration is not willing to take any step to put a stop to this.", Edudzi explained.
Laer, Randy Abbey boldly declared that the authorities at the Ghana School of Law by their conduct have shown that they are partisan. He cited what happened in 2020 as an example when Mahama and Nana Addo brought their proposal for law students. Clearly, the law students preferred Mahama's offer but in that year. the Law school admitted the highest number of students to shame Mahama. Now, this year, they have repeated their mass failure again.
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