The General Secretary of the National Association of Graduate Teachers, Thomas Musa has made his comments about the ruling of the court ordering the Achimota School to admit the Rastafarian students that the school rejected. It has been all over the news that the Rastafarian students who were granted admission but was later rejected by the school on grounds of cutting down their hair headed to the human rights court for a redress. The ruling by the court on Monday 31st May 2021 is said to be contested by the School's Board in a statement released on Tuesday 1st June 2021.
Speaking to this issue on pm Express On Tuesday night 1st May 2021, through zoom, the General Secretary of GNAT has said that the students should take a back stage because the media exposure of the said students is too much, and may lead to victimization. He also said that once the court has made its ruling, it must be obeyed as such, and no action should be taken contrary to that until another order is given by the court. He added this when he commented on the decision of the board of the school to contest the ruling in court again.
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