School of Law denies vote of no confidence claims
The Ghana School of Law has denied media reports that a vote of no confidence has been passed in its Director of Legal Education, Kwasi Prempeh-Eck.
Media reports are rife the director was asked to go after board of directors of the school met last Thursday.
But in a statement, the Ghana Law School said the claim is false and malicious.
“Indeed the publications in the media are false, malicious, misleading, mischievous and in no way reflect the facts, deliberations, and decisions taken at the said meeting members of the Academic Board.
“The general public and students of the Ghana School of Law are respectfully advised to ignore the said publications,” the statement said.