Dr. Andre Kwasi-Kumah, Chairperson of the embattled Achimota Secondary School has advised that should the school authorities decide to seek a redress of the case in court and even if they win, the two students should be allowed to study with their peers in the school.
He said that the two students are too young and when they have such an experience, it is going to affect their thinking process and negatively affect them psychologically as they grow up. And, they would have some bad perception of the school and so, they should be allowed to complete the school in peace.
He made this known on Multimedia's Joy FM today.
Earlier this year, Tyrone Marghuy and Oheneba Nkrabea, two Rasta students were denied admission in to the school. This aprked a huge controversy and the parents were backed by some civil society groups and the case was dent to a Human Rights Court.
The court ruled in favor of the students and were later ordered by thr court to admit them to study with the other students.
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