A school official from Nazareth School of National University has debunked the claims of San Beda University-transferee Rhayyan Amsali, Wednesday.
In a report by Norman Riego of ABS-CBN Sports, the school official, who requested anonymity, revealed that the 17-year-old Amsali had already known a month prior that he had to pass a certain project for his class in order to pass the course Fundamentals of Accountancy and Business Management 1 (FABM1).
“Sana, nagawan na nila agad ng paraan. Pwede naman siyang makapag-summer classes pa sana para maayos,” the school official disclosed.
In a complaint filed last June 25, the Amsali family said that they were surprised that Rhayyan, who is supposed to be in Grade 11 this school year, received a 74 in the subject.
“Without the required notice to his parents, coupled by the failure to give him reasonable opportunity to submit, albeit, belatedly the required project, this constitutes, according to the Commission, an ‘unfair dealing amounting to denial of his rights to administrative due process.’ This apparent injustice could have been easily avoided if due notice was given,” the family’s statement read.
If this cannot be settled by the two camps, then Amsali’s debut with the Red Cubs is in jeopardy as he will not receive clearance from NSNU even if he was already greenlit to transfer by the Bullpups officials.