Is That How You Run a Secular State? - Pratt Blasts Leaders Over Religious Intolerance 

Seasoned Journalist, Kwesi Pratt Jnr. has rebuked leaders in the country for fanning religious conflicts in the country.

Wesley Girls' High School has aroused religious debates after its management refused a Muslim student to mark ramadan on campus.

Muslims across the globe ended their Ramadan, which is their ''festival of fast'', on Wednesday, May 12 but unfortunately the Muslim student of Wesley Girls' wasn't allowed to join the fast, as part of the school rules.

This decision of the school has courted controversies as Ghanaians are torn into halves with one school of thought arguing in favour of the school while the other kicks against it.

Speaking on Peace FM's 'Kokrokoo' programme, Kwesi Pratt questioned why there should be religious conflicts in Ghana.

According to him, Ghana has come a long way for her to be torn apart by religious beliefs.

He argued that Ghana is a secular State and must remain so.

To him, all this seeming religious fight is due to the lack of respect that leaders in the country including many Ghanaians have for the laws of Ghana.