In recent times, Ghanaian Teachers have been treated with contempt as a result of their perceived indiscretion in conduct and their unconvincing commentary on important national issues. Whether as individuals or groups or even union leaders, a few of such instances did not glorify the noble profession.
In the educational life of every individual in Ghana, the most memorable stage is high school. Many people seem more attached to their SHSs than they do their primary and tertiary. It is not surprising most of the SHSs have very strong old students' unions that contribute to the infrastructure development of such institutions.
Her Excellency Ms. Anna Bossman is a lawyer and a human rights advocate and was on June 2017, appointed by H. E Nana Addo, as Ghana’ Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to France and Portugal and Permanent Representative of Ghana to UNESCO and accredited to OECD and La Francophonie.
Meet Ghana's First Female Law Professor and Inaugural Judge at ICC, H.E. Judge Prof. Akua Kuenyehia.
A product of Achimota School and University of Ghana, Prof. Akua Kuenyehia is a Ghanaian academic, lawyer and human rights activist. An Inaugural Judge of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at its inception in The Hague in 2003, she also holds a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) degree from Somerville College, Oxford University.
Recently, there has been a news circulating on the mass media about a lockdown imposed on the school. For a clear understanding of the situation by the public, the Ghana Education Service has taken to their website, a clarification on the fast spreading news on social media.
Living as a boarding student in Achimota School is one of the many decisions which have made suffer consequences from an unforeseen scope. I'm not usually into disclosing my identity so let's just say my name's Adonis. Before I decided to choose Achimota School as my first choice, I was faced with the problem of choosing a school, where I have ultimate peace, in other words I wanted a paradise.
Legal advisors of the understudies record against Achimota School after specialists deny the understudies confirmation until them cut dema fears. Court for Accra request Achimota School to concede the two understudies who them deny confirmation purpose of dema dreadlocks after Guardians of the understudies challenge the choice of the school who won't give them affirmation.
Achimota was in the news severally, following its refusal to admit the two brilliant "Rasta" students, but eventually, thanks to a landmark victory in court by Lawyer George Tetteh Wayo, the students were later admitted. Since then, Achimota School, has successfully been on the quiet, until this bad news hit it for some few days now and was announced just late yesterday, as according to the Ghana Health Service (GHS), it has recorded the spread of the 'Delta' variant of the Coronavirus disease at the Achimota School.
135 students for Achimota School have tested positive for the new strain of the current Coronavirus pandemic. This is absolutely not a good news and most students have already lost hope. 21 students who tested positive where day students. During an update by the Ghana Health Service at the Information Ministry on Sunday, July 4, it was revealed that the cases were recorded after some students in the school were tested for the outbreak.
Tyrone Marhguy's First Activity On Campus After Reporting To Achimota Today Raises Eyebrows. DETAILS
Tyrone Marhguy was the most recent Rasta student, who registered at Achimota School, out of the two, who the Human Rights High Court had ruled that, they should be allowed to be admitted. Interestingly, his first activity at the renowned Achimota School is not attending classes or making friends, but rather, sitting for his end-of-term examination.
The Ghana Education Service has responded to claims that have been making rounds on social media and other news platforms, about the record of the deadly and fastest spreading Delta variant in the Achimota School. The news, which indicated that the new strain of the virus has entered into the School, further expressed that the Ghana Health Service and the Ghana Education Service have both agreed to put the Achimota School in a two weeks lock down, when no one will be allowed to enter into the school or leave the School's premises until the period is over.
John Dumelo is a Ghanaian actor, farmer and politician. He emegered the first Ghanaian to hit 1M likes on Facebook on the 1st of April 2014. His parents are Mr. John Dumelo who was a Civil Engineer and Mrs. Antoinette Dumelo a Customs Officer. He was born in Ghana and has a good education foundation from Christ the King in Accra.
Following reported cases of 134 infections, authorities of Achimota School have imposed a two-week lockdown on the school. During this period, students in the boarding house will not be allowed to go home or be allowed any form of visitation from family. Day students on the other hand are to be at home for the next two weeks pending further investigations and tests.
In a statement by the Board of Governors Achimota School dated 2nd June, 2021 they will allow the two Rasta Students for the time being. The Board of Governors Achimota School has made known that they will withdraw the application for a stay of execution pending the determination of the appeal by a higher court.
Achimota School denied a Rastafarian student who was automatically placed in the school by the Computerized School Selection and Placement System(CSSPS) due to his long natural hair. The School asked the Rastafarian boy to either cut the air or say goodbye to Achimota. The court of public opinion tried to settle the issue on social media but to no avail as the case caused massive stir on social media.
According to Joy news, the Ghana Health Service has ordered the restriction of movement to and from the Achimota School . This comes after some 135 students of the school tested positive for Covid-19 , with most cases said to be the new Delta variant. The school authorities have since been directed neither to allow anyone to visit the premises nor allow anyone to go out for the next two weeks.
Dag Heward-(Nathaniel and Elizabeth Heward-Mills) in London, United Kingdom. He had his secondary education at Achimota School before proceeding to the University of Ghana Medical School, where he was trained as a medical doctor. Dag Heward was a founder of the Lighthouse Chapel International.
Thank you, please kindly hit on the +follow button for me. The Achimota School few months ago refuse to admit a Rastafarian student Tyron Iras Marhguy and Oheneba Kwaku Nkrabea. To them it is against the school code of ethics to admit a student with that kind of life style.
Oheneba Nkrabea, one of two Rastafarian students, has finally been admitted into Achimota School to join his colleagues in class following their win in Court the intervention of the Attorney- General. Mr. Nrakbea went to the school this morning with his parents amidst loud cheers from his colleague students who crowded the school administration block to welcome his arrival.
Hit the FOLLOW button to receive more news, articles and updates. LIKE and SHARE the article for it to reach many. Thanks for clicking the article Two Rastafarian students took the authority of Achimota School to the law courts to seek justice when the latter decided not to admit the students unless they got their dreadlocks shaved off.