The Attorney General's office, in collaboration with Achimota School, has appealed against the ruling of the Human Rights Court compelling the authorities of Achimota School to admit the Rastafarians students. Reacting to the appeal by the Attorney General and Achimota School, the Member of Parliament for Tamale North Constituency, Alhassan Sayibu Suhuyini, has indicated that he doesn't understand the interest of the Attorney General in the Rastafarians issues since there are many anomalies in the educational sector which the Attorney General could have looked into instead.
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.
Hundreds of Ghanaian tertiary students who have not been given a chance to enter into the Ghana Law School have taken the Ghana Legal Council to the court. This summons are coming from a total of 143 students who claim to have been fairly traated in terms of admission into the school though they have what it takes and under normal circumstances, they deserve to have been given a chance to study with their peers.
Two institutions, the Attorney General's Department (AG) and the Achimota Secondary School has come out to challenge the initial ruling given by the Accra High Court that compelled the Achimota Secondary School to admit the two rastafarian students, Ohene a Nkrabea and Tyrone Iras Marghuy.
Two (2) Rastafarian students who were denied admission because of their Rastafarian hairstyle at Achimota Senior High School has dropped another tough message to Ghanaians.
Tyrone Marhguy Wins Historic Case Against Achimota School The Human Rights Court 1 Division of the High Court in Accra, has ordered Achimota School to admit Tyrone Marhguy, the dreadlocked Rastafarian boy into the school. The Court, in the same spirit, directed Achimota School to also admit Oheneba Nkrabea, another Rastafarian student into the school
The Human Rights Division of the High Court is expected to hear another development for an interlocutory order in the Achimota School Admission upheaval.The case will be moved by legitimate advocates for Tyrone Marhguy, who was moreover kept affirmation in see from getting his dreadlocks.Tyrone Marhguy similarly recorded a case on March 31 through his father Tereo Kwame Marhguy, crying about essential opportunities encroachment following the refusal by Achimota School to yield him dependent on his hair style.
The member of parliament for North Tongu Constituency, honourable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has jumped in support of his constituents who were jailed by the state, assuring them that he and the lawyers are ready to vindicate them. On September 25, there was a violent invasion in the north Tongu Constituency where some people of the Constituency were arrested on suspicion of being involved in the violence. But according to Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, all those arrested on such suspicion were innocent. Samuel Okudzeto
Wendy Shay, a female musician, is seeking to sue the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) for not allowing celebrities like herself to advertise alcoholic drinks on main stream media. The Rufftown record signee, is tasking her colleagues in the music industry to support her take the FDA and the Gaming Commission to the Human Rights Court to address the issue. She said, her colleague musicians should put away their differences to face the Authorities to fight for their rights. She further went on to say that celebrities
Ghanaians on social media have expressed outrage over the decision of the Board of Achimota Senior High School to appeal against the ruling of the Human Rights Court Division 1 of the High Court. The Board in a statement said it has directed its lawyers to appeal against the ruling of the court.
The ”Astalavista” hitmaker has rallied for support from her industry colleagues, urging them to put all their differences aside and fight the system to show how powerful they are as entertainers. It all started with the FDA ”Guidelines for the Advertisement of Foods.” Section 148 of the Public Health Act, 2012 (Act 851) which gives the FDA the power to make guidelines. So, the guidelines are not mere guides but have the force of the law. As if this is enough, the Gaming Commission has also banned all
Just some few months ago, there was a brouhaha surrounding the refusal of Achimota School to give admission to Tyron Iras Marhguy simply because he was wearing dread locks on his head. The authorities of Achimota School revealed that the only way they would admit him was to cut off his dread locks.
Ghanaian celebrity, social media personality and singer Wendy Shay, has announced that she is taking the gaming commission of Ghana to court. This is because, few days ago, there was an announcement from the Gaming Commission of Ghana that celebrities should stop promoting sports betting companies. This is alarming to some celebrities because they have influence over many people, and betting companies pay them huge sums of money to advertise for them. Wendy Shay took to her twitter and posted: "GH Celebs
Wendy Shay has registered her displeasure over a recent decision to bar celebs from making money. She indicated that she was going to take on Gaming Commission and FDA over their directive. There were recent reports that the Gaming Commission had prohibited celebs from advertising for betting companies. FDA took a similar decision early on when it barred celebs from advertising for alcohol-producing companies. Award-winning Ghanaian singer Wendy Shay, has added her voice to a trending issue about the Gaming