A few months ago, Ghanaians were hit by a defamatory news from the Achimota School, with regard to the enrollment of some [email protected] students who got admission into the school.
According to the school authorities, these two students namely Kojo Nkrabea and Tyrone Mharguay, were denied enrollment simply because their hairstyles were not in alignment with the rules and regulations of the school.
The aforementioned students decided to take the issue to court because it was their dream to attend this highly acknowledged second cycle institution.
Upon intense interrogation and deliberation on the issue, the Human Rights Court 1 division has instructed the head of the school to admit and enroll the two students, in order for them to pursue their assigned programs of study.
Furthermore, the school authorities were given the order to admit any [email protected] student who will be posted by the Computerized School Selection Placement System (CSSPS) in the subsequent academic years.