Many Ghanaians on social media are expressing their concerns towards the safety and wellbeing of the Rastafarians who won the case against Achimota school. One even said he shouldn't go to the school, because his life there will be a living hell. Well, we can't say that for sure as the Rastafarian kid seem ready and has poised capable of handling what ever pressure that might come.
On the news today The Human Rights Court 1 Division of the High Court in Accra, after a ruling ordered Achimota School to enroll Tyrone Marhguy, the dreadlocked Rastafarian boy who was once rejected into the school.
The Court didn't stop there, as they also ordered the School to admit Oheneba Nkrabea, another Rastafarian student into the school.
The news gave Ghanaians a lot of joy as many took to social media to express their happiness, including prominent men and women in the country.
One of the Ghanaians in a bid to express his view stated that If he was in the Rastafarian boy's position he would have changed
school after he've won the court case just to prove a point.
Another stated that we would have discriminated and denied the boy (Rastafarian kid) and many others education, work in this country. We won.
Here are more comments from Ghanaians below;
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