Homeowners of the Cape-Coast-based Wesley Ladies’ Excessive College, the Methodist Church of Ghana after a gathering held on Tuesday have stated the GES directive to permit Muslim college students in Wey Gey Hey quick is not going to be obeyed.
This comes after the GES in an announcement copied to Educationweb.com.gh directed all Heads of colleges together with the Administration of Wesley Ladies to allow Muslim college students to take part within the ongoing Ramadan fasting.
The Ghana Training Service within the Might 1, 2021 assertion nonetheless stated, no faculty or Head of a faculty shall not be held accountable fr for any well being points which will come up because of the Ramadan fasting.
GES additional acknowledged that oldsters of such college students are to put in writing to the college his or her ward attends to point that the college shall not be held chargeable for any well being situation of the kid or pupil.
However, the Methodist Church of Ghana in a gathering chaired by the Presiding Bishop, The Most Rev Dr. Paul Kwabena Boafo has stated the college’s rule which states college students are to not quick on campus is not going to be compromised.
“The college rule in query is a long-standing one which can be non -religious and varied famend Muslim girls in Ghana have handed via the college adhering to such a rule,”
In response to Church, the insurance policies of the Wesley Ladies’ Excessive College (Wey Gey Hey) over the 186 years of its existence have resulted in making the Senior Excessive College (SHS( being the college of alternative.
The Methodist Church following the college guidelines and insurance policies has stated the GES directive can’t be accepted including that GES ought to respect the long-standing partnership between the Authorities and Mission faculties.