GES directs Achimota School to admit students with dreadlocks

Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa
Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa

The Ghana Education Service has directed Achimota School to admit students they rejected because they were wearing dreadlocks.

The debate over allowing students with dreadlocks in Government schools have been trending in the country after Achimota School rejected some students wearing dreadlocks.

However, the Ghana Education Service has directed Achimota School to admit the students if there is evidence that they are rasterfarians—Graphic showbiz reports.

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According to the directive from the Education management body of the Country to Achimota School, the students should be admitted and all that they need to do is to keep and tire their hair neatly.

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The student is a Rastafarian and if there is evidence to show that he is, Rastafarian all
that he needs to  do is to tie the hair neatly. – the report from Graphic showbiz stated.

SOURCE : Coverghana.com.gh

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