Action of NAB, AG and Methodist Univ. unlawful – Lawyer
An Accra Human Rights Court will on Thursday hear an injunction case filed by students of the Methodist College against the Ministry of Education, the National Accreditation Board and the Attorney General Department.
This follows moves by the school to suspend the students for what they described as wrong entry requirement to the university.
Lawyer for the students, Gary Nimako, said “the about 79 students he is representing entered with diploma certificate and do not need to be treated in this manner.”
He told Citi News
that “they are seeking for a declaration by the court to restrain the withdrawal of the students from the Methodist University.”
According to Lawyer Nimako, the action of the University, the Accreditation Board and the Attorney General is unconstitutional and unlawful and are seeking an order of perpetual injunction that will forever restrain them from interfering with the students’ right to equal education as enshrine in the Constitution of Ghana.