A communication team member of the National Democratic Congress in the Akatsi South Constituency, Mr. Japhet Fetus Gbede, has threatened to seek legal redress for eight senior high school students who were caught on camera taunting the president of the Republic of Ghana over his unfulfilled promises to them after the Ghana Education Service (GES) has expelled eight students from the Upper East Region’s Chiana Senior High School.
The GES says its investigation into the incident confirmed that the students used unsavoury language against the president.
But in a statement on the official Facebook page of the vibrant NDC communicator, He describes the dismissal as unconstitutional and a decision against the fundamental human rights of the victims.
Japhet in the statement gave GES a day ultimatum to withdraw the dismissal letters and recall the affected student or face the wrath of Ghanaians.
READ HIS FULL STATEMENT BELOW.
- Dear Ghana Education Service and ministry of Education,
- Take notice that if your institution fails or refuses to reinstate the eight sacked SHS students that speak sense into the skull of our President who fail to deliver his quality education promises and accede to all other ancillary requests contained in the 1992 Constitution of Ghana on what the human rights Act say about education in Ghana from this date, I will join Ghanaian’s instruction to help the student seek reliefs contained in the 1992 Constitution of Ghana in a competent court of jurisdiction.
- This nonsense must Stop!
- With All Due Respect – Loud Silence Media
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