Deputy Bono Regional Communication Officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Eric Agyei has waded into the conversation, after two Rastafarians denied admission at Achimota School and Osei Kyerekyie Secondary school (OKESS).
According to him, he has never seen a Rastafarian stealing Ghana's money before, so they should allow them in our schools. Even the the laws of this country does not support and our school should entertain everybody.
He revealed that, those people we claimed gentlemen who have studied law and other courses in various university are the most corrupt people in the country. We haven't seen any Rastafarian held very important positions in the country but rather these criminal with "Sakora" haircuts or baldness.
Meanwhile, some renowned Pastors in the country supported ( Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Oueer & Intersex) in Ghana as they think is human rights and the people must feel free and do what praises them.
Speaking on Asempa FM of interesting programme "Ekosiisen" with host Osei Bonsu, disclosed that prominent people advocated for gay people as their right but denied admission of Rastafarians.
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