Social media monitoring of Law School students only an admonition-SRC

Source The Ghana Report

The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of the Ghana School of Law has denied reports that members have been directed to submit social media accounts to authorities for monitoring.

In a press release on Wednesday, November 9, the council said; “The SRC wishes to state that no such directive has been given to any student by the Management of the Ghana School of Law.”

The Director of the Ghana Law School, Yaw Oppong, asked students to submit their social media handles for monitoring to ensure that they maintain a character befitting the legal profession.

According to him, this will help many students willing to be called to the bar to maintain a good character.

“Everybody will have to provide their social media handles,” he had said.

“We are going to look at it, and you will be monitored in terms of conduct. We are required by law to make recommendations. We don’t want to stampede you.”

However, the SRC said Mr Oppong’s request is; “a reiteration of general caution to the student body to abide by the school’s code of conduct within and outside the school, including social media platforms.”

Below is the statement by the SRC:

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