Methodist Church rejects GES directive to allow Muslims fast
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Methodist Church rejects GES directive to allow Muslims fast


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The Methodist Church of Ghana has rejected a directive by the Ghana Education Service to allow Muslim students at the Wesley Girls' Senior High School to fast during Ramadan.

The GES directive followed a decision by the Headmistress of Wesley Girls' High School not to allow Muslim students at the school to fast in the ongoing Ramadan.

Reacting to the development, the GES in a statement asked the schools in the country to allow the students who are Muslims the room to fast.


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