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Peace Council starts interaction to determine Wesley Girls' "No Fasting" strategy

The National Peace Council (NPC) says it has initiated arrangement of commitment with pertinent establishments to determine the "No Fasting" strategy in Wesley Girls' Senior High School. 

The Council has thusly repeated its previous approach every influenced individual and associations to stay cool and focus on the deep rooted quiet concurrence among every one of the different strict groupings in the country. 

This was contained in press proclamation endorsed by Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu Gyamfi, the Chairman of the NPC on Tuesday. 

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The Council, in the explanation, said it had met with the administration of the Methodist Church, Ghana, the Old Girls' Association and the Parents-Teachers Association of the school on Monday May 10, to get current realities as it occurred at the School. 

"The Central Regional Peace Council likewise met with the Authorities of the School on Monday, May 10, to hear precisely what occurred in regards to the understudy who was supposedly denied her training to quick in the on-going Ramadan," it said. 

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The assertion expressed that it would keep on drawing in other key partners including the Ministry of Education, the Ghana Education Service, the guardians of the concerned youngster and the administration of the Muslim gathering to which the understudy and her folks have a place. 

The assertion was confident that the partners would furnish the Council with the full realities about the issue to empower it to work with the fundamental intercession systems to determine the issue. 

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