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It all started when the 2021 admissions to senior high school begun. A lot of students have been admitted before this whole saga started. Dear reader, before you proceed to read this article. Please click on the follow button at the top right corner to follow me. Thank you for your understanding.
It’s believed the young boy who was places at the Achimota Senior High School was denied admission because of his dreadlocks. This issue has caused a stir on social media as everyone seem to be against the school’s headmaster. The headmaster insists dreadlocks is not a part of Ghanaian culture so he will not admit him.
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