Ghana’s law students claim unfair treatment in their assessment

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Law students in Ghana’s capital Accra have been protesting outside the country’s only law school.

That is after more than a third of the applicants failed to be admitted because rules were changed.

They blame corruption and are demanding a review of the entry process.

Al Jazeera’s Laura Burdon-Manley reports.

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