Ghanaian popular Hollywood actor, Abraham Nii Atta has been reacted by Ghanaians for his dreadlocks. Abraham was born to the Ga- adangwe ethnic group which is located at Greater Accra region. He was born in 21st July, 2001.
According to some comments on Abraham's admission to one of the most popular University in the United States Of America, His Ghanaian fans are saying that he should thank God because if he was to continue his studies in Ghana, he would have cut down his dreadlocks.
Per my view, dreadlock is accepted in most of the tertiary schools in Ghana, it's only prohibited in secondary and junior high school so I don't think there will be a problem if Abraham Atta decides to continue his education in Ghana.
Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science And Technology (KNUST) accept dreadlocks and other hair styles including Afro.
Please Note that this article is not meant to disgrace Abraham or anyone, some part of this post is the writer's opinion. Maybe you may have your own ideas.
Let me know your suggestions by commenting.
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