Ghanaians Jubilate After Tyrone Marhguy & Oheneba Nkrabea Won Their Case Against Achimota School

Tyrone Marhguy (left) and Oheneba Kwaku Nkrabea (Right). Photo credit: Tyrone Marhguy/Twitter

The court case brought by Tyrone Marhguy and Oheneba Nkrabea against Achimota School, the Attorney General and the Ministry of Education has come to an end – unless one of those on the losing side chose to appeal the ruling.

The students who were denied admission to Achimota School because of their dreadlocks though the computerised school placement system has posted them there sued the institution for infringement on their human rights.

The students argued that the school ordering them to cut their hair before they will be granted admission to Achimota School when they had clearly qualified to be there was against their rights.

After weeks of pleading their case in court, Justice Gifty Adjei Addo finally ruled today that Achimota must the students.

Since the news broke, people have been celebrating it as a major win for the progressive agenda.

Hair became a topic of discussion when the students were denied admission to Achimota. People raised issues with some of the colonial-era laws that are still in operation today in various institutions and aspects of our lives.


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