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EDUCATION

Mission Schools Should Be Autonomous And Run As Private Schools

The issue of Muslim students at Wesley Girls’ SHS to fast in the ongoing Ramadan has become an trending top on various platforms as Christian Council of Ghana and the Catholic Bishops Conference have declared support for the decision of the Methodist Church and authorities at the Wesley Girls’ SHS not to allow Muslim students to take part in the fasting, based on a nincampoop evidence that it will "cause ulcer", hence triggering gradual conflict between mission and Islamic schools in the country.

  1 year ago ago
Mission Schools Should Be Autonomous And Run As Private Schools

EDUCATION

Meet lady who got 10-ones in JHS, 6As in SHS, 1st class in KNUST & 4.0 GPA during her Master's.

A splendid Ghanaian woman by the name Florentina Naa Djama Odoi has displayed stunning sagacity all through her scholarly profession after as of late stowing her Master's certificate. Florentina uncovered that she graduated in May from Illinois State University (MS Applied Statistics) in the United States with an incredible 4.0 Grade Point Average (GPA). It turns out this sort of scholarly achievement has really been typical for the stunning 26-year-old cerebrum since youth.  Florentina finished middle school

  1 year ago ago
Meet lady who got 10-ones in JHS, 6As in SHS, 1st class in KNUST & 4.0 GPA during her Master's.

RELIGION

Wesley girls shs fasting saga

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.

  1 year ago ago
Wesley girls shs fasting saga

RELIGION

Opinion: Wesley Girls ban on Fasting: A rule grounded on false claims

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.

  1 year ago ago
Opinion: Wesley Girls ban on Fasting: A rule grounded on false claims