Read how Ghanaians reacted to ‘Rasta’ students’ victory against Achimota School

The two Rastafarian students who sued the Achimota school for refusing to admit them, Oheneba Nkrabea and Tyrone Marhguy have won the case against the school.

They were denied admission into Achimota school until they cut off their dreadlocks but they filed a suit against the school.

The court in its ruling on Monday May 31 ordered Achimota School to admit them.

Read below how some Ghanaians reacted to this development on social media…

SC Nyarko said in a tweet “This is great news for diversity, equity and inclusion in our high schools in Ghana. Great day for every DEI activist in Ghana.”

Komla Adom said “Court orders Achimota to admit rasta students initially denied admission into the school. A win for human rights; a win for common sense.”

Nana Ama Agyeman wrote ” So proud of @marhguy_tyrone and his folks for refusing to yield to the status quo.”

Emmanuel Samani wrote “Breaking! Tyron Marhguy, Rastafarian who was denied admission to the school wins his case!!”

Nabil Ahmed Rufai wrote on Facebook that “This is what we mean by a Progressive state! I hope the others are catching the drift.”

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By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana