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The Rastafarians who were denied admission to Achimota School has been admitted to Accra Academy.

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Being a Rastafarian is a way of life of some people all around the world. Discrimination against such people is an infringement on their right which against the laws of Ghana. They are humans like every other human being and should be treated with respect.

GES has finally intervened on behalf of the two Rastafarian Students who were denied admission to the Achimota School.

Speaking to the Daily Graphic, the Director General of the GES, Professor Kwasi Opoku Amankwa said his outfit has issued a directive to the school to admit the students.

On Thursday, March 18, father of one of the Rasta students, Raswad Menkrabea took to his Facebook page to announce how the Achimota School authorities had denied admission to his son, Nhyiraba Menkrabea and another child, Tyrone Iras Marhguy.

According to him, the school authorities turned away the two boys with the request to either cut off their dreadlocks or not getting admission at all.

Per reports and informations reaching us, it can be seen that the Boys have been admitted to Accra Academy School after they denied admission to Achimota School.

See the photos of them rocking in Accra Academy uniform.

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