Achimota School In Accra has rejected a directive by the Education Service(GES) to admit two Rastafarian students.

Headmistress of the school after a crunch meeting on Monday with the regional director of education and the GES stated that the school will not compromise on its school rules and will only admit the students if they take off their dreadlocks.

Last week, news broke that Achimota School has declined to admit a student with dreadlock.


This made GES to direct Management of Achimota School to admit the student citing human right as basis.

The headmistress has called the bluff of GES saying not until the student takes off his dreadlocks, they will not bend the rules to admit him as student of the elite school.

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