Even the Gospel musical evangelists can’t stay true to what they preach and be honest in their dealings. Being honest cuts across all sectors, including activities on campus.
According to Razz Newspaper which comes out every Wednesday in Ghana, Gospel Musician-Grace Ashly has be suspended from school—for examination malpractices.
I know this wouldn’t be news if it was any other student—but as a Gospel musician, the last thing expected from her is to go on a cheating spree…
Is it force to go to school?
Read below for the full Razz Newspaper Report;
Celebrated female gospel artiste, Grace Ashly finds herself in a dire situation that has the tendency of denting her image as a lady, a gospel artiste, a brands ambassador and ultimately, a role model.
The ebullient songstress, who is a Level 400 student at the Methodist University was caught cheating in the end-of-semester examination and has subsequently been suspended from the school for two semesters for her misconduct.
Findings by Razz Newspaper investigations from the school proved that; the artiste was found by the examination invigilators with a foreign material in the examination hall when she sat to write the ‘Constitution’ course paper. The action of taking foreign materials to the examination hall is prohibited per the School’s Examination Rules.
According to the well-trusted source at the University, a Disciplinary Committee was set-up to investigate the malpractice and the vivacious songstress was given the opportunity to defend her case.
The well-placed source claims that Grace was unable to exonerate herself from the offense and the Disciplinary Committee found her culpable of committing the misdemeanor and leveled the appropriate sanctions on her.
The University has therefore suspended her for two (2) semesters which means that; the artiste, who was expected to graduate this year – would have to hold on and graduate another year.
Grace Ashly was one of the many celebrity ambassadors selected to raise funds for the Black Stars in their shameful participation at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. She is presently promoting the participation of the FIFA Under-20 Women World Cup to be held in Canada.