It seems some number of students was being admitted into the Ghana School of law. An MP has speak about it. Let read the details.
South Dayi MP, Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor, has written a letter to the Chief Justice demanding full details of the outcome of a probe into the unlawful admission of over 20 students into the Ghana School of Law last year.
Hon. Rockson says He has come to realise a fact finding committee was set up by the General Legal Council (GLC), which their chairman is His Lordship Kwesi Anin Yeboah. This committee have been tasked to do the necessary investigations. They are to give full details of how this incident happened.
Every year a lot of people who partake in the Entrance exams fails when the results emerges. This situation has resulted in the need to this investigations. This year, only 790 out of more than 2,000 students who wrote the exam gained admission into the Ghana School of Law.
The MP said in the letter that, some students were not supposed to be admitted yet, this students gained enrolment in the Law School. The MP disclosed that, former President of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA), Anthony Forson Jnr chaired those who were doing the investigation.
The committee is said to have received responses from the Interim Director of the school, the Registrar and the Deputy Registrar. Mr, Rockson wants all these documents made available to him, He argued that Ghana’s constitution and the Right to Information law allow him to have view of these documents.
These documents are to be submitted to him in seven days. It will be dramatic in the coming seven days.
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