The Methodist Church of Ghana has called the bluff of the Ghana Education over their directive to Wesley Girls’ to allow Muslim students to fast in school.
In a press statement released by the Methodist Church of Ghana, they backed the headmistress of the school for refusing to allow Muslims students to fast in school.
According to the church, the school have been practicing this rule for their 186 of its existence and will not back down for any body because past Muslims students adhered to it.
The Methodist Church has a message for the GES re Gey Hey and Ramadan. pic.twitter.com/Xw1nYg8Tk0
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Over the weekend, the Ghana Education Service (GES) directed the school to allow Muslim students to fast.
This was after a parent stormed the school to withdraw his child over the school’s stance in not allowing Muslims to engage in annual Ramadan fasting while in school.