Court to give judgment on Achimota-Rasta students’ case today

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The Human Rights Division of the High Court is today, Monday, May 31, 2021, expected to give judgment on account of two Rastafarian young men who were denied induction into Achimota School dependent on their dreadlocks.

The episode set off a public talk on the requirement for a public rule for senior secondary schools, and in the long run wound up in the court after the two understudies documented their cases exclusively.

Dreadlock-wearing Nana Kwaku Nkrabea and Tyron Marhguy, were both denied induction into Achimota School however they had qualified and were appropriately positioned there through the automated school determination and situation framework.

The School anyway questioned the case contending that the understudies stayed away forever their structures which had their acknowledgment of affirmation.

Watchers of the training space are certain that the present judgment will settle the matter and shape strategy going ahead.