Ghanaian fans have reacted towards the trending post of Mr. Alhassan Zakaria who angrily moved to the Wesley Girls School to have his daughter ejected because she was being disallowed to fast for Ramadan
Many fans who chanced on this piece of news revealed that Mr Alhassan tried to reach out to authorities of the school over this issue but none of them took him serious.Some also said that he wanted to protect the customs of the Islamic religion but the school wasn't ready to help him achieve that.
Other fans claimed that these restrictions were not placed only on Muslim students hence people should not spread fake news that muslim students were being mistreated in the country
Most people said Mr Alhassan's behaviour could open doors for other students who were facing the same problems in their schools as well
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