How Ghana School Of Law Exam Got Leaked. [Full details here]

      How Ghana School Of Law Exam Got Leaked. [Full details here]

      Hours before this year’s entrance examination for Ghana School of Law admissions, the exam papers leaked, forcing the cancellation and rescheduling of the exams.

      The entrance exam, which has no definite pass mark for applicants before the examination is written, is perceived to favour certain people with different schemes including leakage of questions.

      See also: Ghana School of Law Entrance Exam Leaks [When your law school exam leaks, you can imagine the kind of GLC and justice citizens get]

      It is yet to be known why even the opposition party, NDC, is unable to make legal education a massive campaign message to win them power, since the two major political parties seem to be helpless or unable to address the perpetual denial of potential lawyers the opportunity to become one.

      See also: Law Students And Ghanaians In Trouble. Rise Up Now, According To Kwaku Azar.

      Details of how this year’s examination leaked have been disclosed here below by a whistle-blower as captured on the fixthecountry convener, Oliver Barker Vormewor’s Facebook page.

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      A whistleblower’s account. (As received)

      “People within IEC are making a windfall from the predicament of the students. Someone in there charged 6,000 per head to leak the paper. I know this because a candidate came to me to solicit funds to go pay because he or she was writing for the 4th time and couldn’t take chances. I declined the invitation. Her colleagues paid.. Counsel imagine the supposed criminal within IEC is able to get just 500 people out of the 2,000 candidates to pay. It is an annual ritual. We’re looking at an organized criminal syndicate named IEC.”

      Let’s not sweep this under the carpet! A full parliamentary inquiry is needed!

      Disband The GLC!

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      It appears the only hope left for citizens aspiring to become lawyers are the following lawmakers: Francis-Xavier Sosu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Alhassan Suhuyini and Dafeamekpor Etse Rockson Nelson, who may take some action at the legislative level.

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      It is yet to be known why even the opposition party, NDC, is unable to make legal education a massive campaign message to win them power, since the two major political parties seem to be helpless or unable to address the perpetual denial of potential lawyers the opportunity to become one.

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