For some months now, the issue of the management of Achimota school and their refusal to admit two rastafarian students has been making headlines. This attracted lots of comments from people. While some people saw nothing wrong with the school authorities admitting the students into the school, others thought otherwise.
Some people also thought that if these students get admitted, other rastafarians would also love to go to such a school or people would start turning to rastafarians even though they are not.
The parents of the two boys namely Oheneba Kwaku Nkrabea and Tryon Iras Marghuy who thought their rights were being infringed upon took the case to court. Luckily and fortunately for them, they won the case against the authorities of Achimota School.
News coming in this afternoon says that one of the rastafarian students, Oheneba Kwaku Nkrabea, has quit Achimota school and is currently being enrolled at Ghana International School(GIS) in Accra.
Kasapa News sources say the parents of the Rasta student moved their child to the prestigious international school after they learnt of the Attorney General’s decision to appeal against the High Court’s ruling that went in their favour earlier this year.
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