Front liner of IMANI Ghana Mr. Kofi Bentil has accused the General Legal Council of Ghana again. According him, what the General Legal Council did in the night was totally illegal, bad and highly Immoral. Few minutes after his revelation, a top NPP member Honorable Rodney Nkrumah Boateng also made some comments on the same issue.
WHAT ACTUALLY DID THE GENERAL LEGAL COUNCIL DO ?
Evidence shared by Kofi Bentil indicated that, last night, the General Legal Council has made it a requirement that anybody who seeks for admission into the Ghana School of Law shall:
1. Never and ever request to see their marked script after exams.
2. Never and ever request to see the marking scheme used.
3 Never and ever request for remarking or seek to challenge grades given to students by their Law lecturers.
4 students sitting for their examinations shall append their signatures to accept the above rules before given the chance to write.
New Patriotic Party's Honorable Rodney Nkrumah Boateng says he is struggling to reconcile with above rules.
Well, what's your take on this? Is it that they don't want new lawyers in the system or what ?
"Let me borrow Kofi Bentil's words. This is really illegal, Immoral, bad and insensitive, and madness in the highest order" George Akyeaw commented under Kofi Bentil's post.
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