There was a consensus in the studios of GHone today, Tuesday 11th May, 2021, as host of GH Today, Lantam and his panelists agreed that Ghanaians should not be divided by Islam nor Christianity.Kwame Jantuah, a Legal Practioner and a member of the Convention People's Party (CPP) said that key stakeholders in our education sector should move swiftly to solve the Fasting impasse at Wesley Girls Senior High School to prevent the matter from ending up in the court of law.
Today, Thursday 13th May, 2021, marks this year's Eid-ul-Fitr.Media General and TV3 used the opportunity to debate about issues that affect the coexistence of Muslims and Christians in the country on their morning show, NEWDAY.The Islamic Scholar on the show was only introduced by host of the programme, Johnny Hughes as Sheikh Kamal.
Most Ghanaians feel that, the fundamental human rights of the Muslim Students at Wesley Senior High School have entrampled upon by the school authorities.A quick check at the T. I Ahmadiyya Senior High School, a category "A" Islamic school at Kumasi revealed the following.
A fasting squabble has erupted between the administration of Wesley Girls High School, the Methodist Church, and the Muslim community for several days.Following that incident, a number of issues relating to religion, the dos and don'ts of some Christian-run schools, and discrimination against people of other faiths have sparked significant concern, especially among Muslims.
• Coalition of Muslim Organizations, Ghana is requiring the reconstitution of the Wesley Girls' High School board • The backing comes after the school kept a Muslim understudy from participating in the Ramadan quick • Authorities of the school say the 'no fasting' strategy is stringently for wellbeing reasons The leading group of Wesley Girls' High School should be reconstituted to guarantee strict equilibrium by adding a few Muslims as individuals, the Coalition of Muslim Organizations, Ghana (COMOG) has proposed in the midst of the seething debate over the school's choice not to permit a Muslim understudy to quick during the Ramadan time frame.
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.
Skeikh Hussein Hassan Yeboah, an Executive Member of Global Islamic Point, has expressed his displeasure with the Methodist Church's decision to ignore the Ghana Education Service's (GES) order to enable Muslim students to fast at the Wesley Girls Senior High School.Ramadan is a cornerstone of Islam, he said, and Muslims should not be discouraged from fasting.
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Thank you for clicking on this article about Ramadan and the Wesley Girls Senior High School.Drop your views in the comment box below and follow up for hot gists across the country.The Wesley Girls Senior High School has reject the order of GES to let Students fast during Ramadan.
We all know Wesley Girls' High school prevented a student from fasting on May 1, 2021.Well, the Methodist church Ghana responds to Ghana education service.The leaders of Methodist Church held an emergency meeting on Tuesday May 4,2021 chaired by President Bishop.The Most Rev.
A couple of weeks ago an incident which occurred in one of the most prestigious single gender saint senior high school in Ghana which is Wesley girls and popularly known as wey gey hey on the issue of not allowing Muslims to fast during this period of ramadan.This issue has generated a lot of public backlash from prominent men and organizations of either religions calling it unfair.
Abuakwa State College is a well known second cycle institution located at the ancient town of Kibi in Eastern Region of Ghana.That is the town the current President of Ghana and the well renowned Amotia Ofori-Payin is the traditional leader.
The Methodist Church Ghana has replied Ghana Education Service's directive to allow Muslim girls in the school to fast as part of their religious obligations stating that they cannot accede to the directives of the Ghana Education Service.On Tuesday morning, 4th May 2021, the Methodist church Ghana held an emergency meeting in response to the directives of the Ghana Education Service.
The Methodist Church Ghana has issued a press statement to counter the directive by the Ghana Education Service (GES) to allow Muslim students to fast at their own peril in the various public senior high schools in Ghana.This is in reaction to the current happenings in Wesley Senior High in Cape Coast where the headmistress denied Muslims students to fast in this Ramadan period.
Mfantsipim School today, April, 3, 2021 celebrated its 145 years anniversary.Mfantsipim School was the first secondary school to be established on 3rd April 1876 in the Gold Coast.
Ghana's Oldest Secondary School, Mfantsipim Senior High School Is 145 Years Old Today Mfantsipim is an all-boys boarding secondary school in Cape Coast, Ghana, established by the Methodist Church on 3 April, 1876 to foster intellectual, moral, and spiritual growth on the then Gold Coast. Its founding name was Wesleyan High
Watch How F1re De$troys A Methodist Church and The Palladium Church In Accra Yesterday 2 fire rage at the same junction in opposite direction.Very weird.That was Wesley Methodist Church and Palladium…both located on Hansen Road in Accra!
There are many public senior high schools in Ghana.Many peoples choose the senior high school to attend based on it historical achievements.Others too attend the kind of senior high school that their siblings or relatives attended and told many fantastic stories about them.
Ramadan: Parents Worried as Methodist Church Says No to GES Directive to allow Muslim students fast.
Follow 5G-News, like and share with friends.Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community.It was a sad news for these parents upon hearing their wards is not allow by the school authority to fast.
These days, because of the level at which our tolerance for each other's religious views is depreciating on social media, I hardly want to write on religious issues because as expected, religious people are mostly emotional about their religion and when writing, most of the time, you see glimpses of their emotions rather than the facts.