Failed law students start Massive demonstration

Failed law students start Massive demonstration in Accra as part of efforts to demand legal education reforms in the country.

The rate of failure in the entrance exams for the Ghana School of Law has become a matter of national discussion over the years.

The protesting students, dressed in red T-shirts, carried placards with various inscriptions urging Ghana’s legal system to be opened up.

The demonstration is known as the Red Wednesday demonstration.

A total of 790 students out of 2824 representing 28 per cent passed the 2021 School of Law entrance exams.

The figure is a 10 per cent drop from the total number of students who passed in 2020. A total of 1045 students passed the 2020 exams.

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Also,20 people who burnt down a church arrested by the police.

Twenty people were arrested from Mkata Village in Chileka, Blantyre, for allegedly having a hand in torching the Headstone Prophetic Ministry’s church building.

20 people who burnt down a church arrested

In an interview with the press, Chileka Police Spokesperson Jonathan Phillipo confirmed the development.

Members of the Mkata community had earlier stormed Chileka Police Station to demand their release.

A squabble over funeral rites for GVH Mkata between members of Headstone Prophetic Ministry and the Gule Wamkulu cult is believed to have prompted the enraged community to set fire to the church and vehicle last Sunday.