Asantewaa is counted as one of the top celebrities in Ghana currently. She came into the limelight with the interesting videos she shares on Tiktok. She became very popular within a few months and she was tagged as one of the Tiktok celebrities in the country along with Jackeline Mensah, Wesley, Noble, and more.
Wesley Girls Muslim Students Offered Scholarship To Study in UK, US - Islamic Society of New York The Islamic Society of Central New York is a non-profit religious and cultural organization whose purpose is to serve the needs of Central New York Muslims through religious programs and education.It also works to promote understanding and cooperation between Muslims and non-Muslims by eliminating misunderstandings about the principles and ideals of the Islamic way of life.
Wey Gey Hey: What do you know about the Almighty Wesley Girls Senior High School especially in relation to it's strict rules on religious matters? Well, for a young Ghanaian medical doctor and a former student of Wesley Girls Senior High School, Dr. Fathia Ayodele Kareem, she has requested that Christians imagine themselves in the situations of Muslims and hopes that something be done about it
Ghanaians seem to have divided opinions recently as Muslim students in Wesley Girls Senior High School have been denied their right to worship freely.This has prompted Muslims all over the country to come together to champion the course of Islam. Muslims in Ghana have begun the mobilisation of funds to build a first class Senior High School for the blind.
As many wanted the president to do, he has finally react to the denial of students of Wesley Girls Senior High School fast.During the Holy Ramadan Month, a father of a female student of Wesley Girls stormed the school for his daughter because the school did not allow her to fast.
Wesley Girls Senior High school in the Central region is trending on social media currently. If you recall, the prestigious girl's school in Cape Coast has been in the news in recent times over an issue which has to do with a student fasting during the Ramadan.
Undoubtedly, the Ghanaian second-cycle educational institutions were founded on a solid rock; hence, no matter the intensity and severity of storms that strive to pull them down, they continue to shine excellently.This presupposes that the country is really blessed with a great force of human resources and pull of talents who work hand-in-hand to always uplift the country's educational image to a higher height, amidst the continuous challenges triggered by a change in the political climate.
Wesley Girls' Senior High School (WGHS) is a girls' secondary school in Cape Coast, Ghana.Harriet Wrigley, the wife of a Methodist minister, founded Ghana's oldest secondary school in 1836.John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, is honored at the school.
Several debates has risen as to which Senior High School is the best.Usually, when such ranking is made, only some few all females school make it in the list.To promote fairness and equality, ranking are made separately for both gender-based schools and sometimes for mixed schools as well.
About a week ago, one of the best schools in Ghana, Wesley Girls’ High School in Cape Coast was in the news but this time around on a bad note as father of Bushira Ismail, a first-year Muslim student, Zakariah Alhassan accused the school authorities of preventing his daughter from engaging in any Islamic activity, including the Ramadan fast which is obligatory for every healthy Muslim.
Some well meaning people have expressed their frustration that the Christian Council and the Catholic Bishops Conference had thrown their support behind the Methodist Church and Wesley Girls’ SHS decision not to allow Muslim students in the school to observe the Islamic ritual of fasting.Whilst others think it has made the problem worst,others also think it could lead to problems in the future.There is even a former student of Wesley girls who thinks the issue is not only about fasting but goes beyond fasting.
Do well to Follow ImagineGhananews for more information before enjoying today's news Both Achimota School and Wesley Girls School have been an epitome of education in the country.Their heads, teachers and students leave many marvelled with their brilliance each day.These schools have educated lots of personalities in the country.Since their good works are on going, Ghana is sure to be successful in the near future Recently these schools have come under lots of pressure due to the various rules and regulations governing them.It has attracted the attention of parents who have their wards there hence making their issues a national one.
Afua Hesse was born on 11 September in Kumasi.She had her secondary level education at the Wesley Girls' Senior High School in Cape Coast.Then furthered at the University of Ghana Medical School where she trained to become a medical doctor.She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh , UK, and the West African College of Surgeons as well as a Foundation Fellow of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons .
IN THE MATTER OF WESLEY GIRLS’ SHS AND THE MUSLIM GIRL'S FASTING SAGA – MY TAKE!!!While Wesley Girls’ Senior High School may have its reasons for banning fasting in the school, one thing they may be losing sight of is the numerous benefits associated with fasting.
Wesley Girls Senior High school is among the top senior high girls school in Ghana. They are the girls school to Mfantsepim school. Which they are all Methodist schools. They have a good record when it comes to Academics from the time memorial When it comes to the nations highest quiz, Wesley Girls can be boast of to be the top girls school which has being an active participant in the competition.
Many Muslims in Ghana are dissatisfied with the Wesley Girls Senior High School's decision to prohibit Muslim students from fasting while at school.It's been almost two weeks since the news broke that Muslim students at Wesley Girls Senior High School were being stopped from fasting, and many social commentators have weighed in on the debate about religious tolerance in public schools around the country.
Wesley Girls Won't Allow Christian And Muslim Students To Fast, There Is No Discrimination Here - Fans
Kindly do well to follow timelynewsgh for more information and articles Wesley Girls senior high school is an epitome of success in Ghana.Though only girls can be found in the school, their academic prowess amazes lots of people till now.With back to back performances in WASSCE exams and the National Science and Maths Quiz, ther really a force to reckon with In recent times there has been a banter among Muslim parents and heads of the school for allowing their female students to fast during these times.Muslim students hence have been forced to eat and take part in every school activity.That has gotten lots of parents mad and lots of people talking in the country However fans added their voices on this trending matter because it is still a cause for concern.Most of the fans said that the school won't allow any student to engage herself in fasting activities and that was guide for the entire teaching staff Others said that the Muslim parents thought the Headmistress was targeting their children because they were muslims hence was no discriminatory thoughts involved in the school's decision What can you say to this?
School Authorities Won't Be Held Liable for the Health Conditions of those Who Fast - GES to parents
Special thanks to you for clicking on this article to read about the latest happening in the country.Follow us and like this article , share also for more people to hear of this new notice.Thanks again.Now moving straight to the point, is about the new trend about Wesley girls shs and others, not allowing muslim students to fast.
Follow for more content.After a father stormed Wesley girls to withdraw her child from the school because of not being allowed to fast, it has caused a lot of traffic on the Internet.This has made people talk a lot about the freedom for Muslims, to fast during the period of Ramadan.
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.