The parents of dreadlocks students who refused to be admitted in Senior High School has been scolded for putting the situation out on social media causing more confusion.
He argued that the parents erred from the beginning by putting the issue on social media because exceptions are always created for special needs for students based on whether health or religious grounds.
"According to him, the parents of the dreadlocks students erred from the beginning by putting this issue on social media because exceptions are always created for "special needs" students whether based on health or religion- Lawyer Gary Nimako said.
Meanwhile, social media has again sparked confusion as many think that was the right decision because desperate situations requires desperate measures. According to many, the father of the dreadlocks students probably might have explained and bargained with the school authorities before the issue was brought to social media.
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