The Achimota School refused two students an admission for not abiding by the rules and regulations governing the school. These two rejected students refused to cut off their dreadlocks. The school authorities explained for further understanding that there no where in the regulations of the school or the Ghana Education Service that allow a student to go to school with a dreadlocks.
Ghanaians also reacted to the decision of the school on these two Rastafarians. Many have supported the decision of the school whiles others too are opposing it. The decision of the according to some Ghanaians will not end well with our future.
The Minister of Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum has reacted to the news about these Rastafarians and Achimota School. According to him, Ghanaians are waiting their valuable time on this unnecessary issue. It seems the Education Minister is keen on the implementation of the STEM because he noted that his focus is mostly on this STEM so Ghanaians should also focus on it and stop discussing this rejection issue.
"Others are going to Mars you are hear talking about hair related issues". He noted.
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