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It’s hypocrisy for politicians to dress like Muslims while silent on intolerance at Wesley Girls – Kobby Mensah

Political Marketing Lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School Dr. Kobby Mensah has questioned the conduct of politicians who are quick to dress up like Muslims and to wish a section of the society, Eid Mubarak.

According to him, it is hypocrisy for politicians who have been quiet on the discrimination towards Muslim girls at Wesley Girls High School to dress up like Muslims and claim to be wishing them well after their fasting.

He made this known in a tweet.

The Political Marketing Lecturer said “It’s amazing all politicians are quick to dress up like Muslims and to wish a section of the society Eid Mubarak. Yet most have been quiet about the Wesley Girls School and the Methodist church’s unreasonable discrimination of the Muslim girls. It’s not about packaging”.

The Wesley Girls Senior High School has become the center of discussion after it emerged that Muslim students are not allowed to fast neither are they allowed to pray whiles in School.

Although the school has been condemned and the Ghana Education Service directed that Muslim girls should be given the opportunity to fast, the Methodist Church has rejected the directive and has had the backing of the Christian Council and the Catholic Bishops Conference.



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