Rasta Case: Oheneba Nkrabea Reports For Achimota School

Oheneba Nkrabea, one of the Rastafarian students who won the landmark dreadlock case against Achimota School has reported for school.
He is set to be taken through admission processes and then join his colleagues in class. He was accompanied by his parents.

Meanwhile, Achimota School has temporarily backtracked on its decision not to admit the two students.
The School in a statement after the landmark ruling by an Accra High Court which was hailed by the majority of Ghanaians stated that it had instructed its lawyers to appeal the decision.

But the school’s board in another statement on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, said after consultations with relevant stakeholders it had considered the interest of all parties. The statement, however, added that it was committed to an appeal against the ruling of the High Court.

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“Further to our statement issued on 1st June 2021 on the subject of two Rastafarian applicants, we have been in consultation with other relevant stakeholders to seek the best ways forward, taking into account the interests of all parties.

“While the Board remains committed to the appeal against the High Court ruling, it will withdraw the application for a stay of execution pending the determination of the appeal by a higher court.”


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