Some weeks ago, the issues related to the rejection of the two Rastafarian students by Achimota school went viral, as it became a national issue which was being discussed on almost every media platform by some people of influence in the country.
The family of one of the boys called Tyrone Marghuy threaten to take the school to court for the justification of their case. And today, the family has taken the issue to court and are expecting to have a fair hearing.
This has raised a lot of concerns on social media, as some people asked that, Will the boy be able to stay in the school comfortably, if he wins the case against the school.
Some Twitter users commented that, they don’t think he will be able to stay comfortably in the school because he will be hated by some of heads of the school.
Others also wrote that, they don’t think, the boy will go to Achimota School, if he wins the case. But they can see that, he wants to change the system for good.
Some Ghanaians also reacted to this issue and wrote on their social media platforms that, his family taking the case to court was not need and the family should get a good lawyer otherwise Achimota may sue them for wasting their time.
Here are some more comments from Ghanaians on Twitter;
What do you also think of this issue raised by some Ghanaians that, the boy won’t be able to stay in the school, even if he wins the case? And will you do if the boy was a family member of yours? Let’s keep the conversation on going in the comments section below.
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