There has been a massive twist to the ongoing saga between two Rastafarian students and Achimota school.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has made a U-turn on their earlier order to Achimota school to admit the two Rastafarians students.
The GES had earlier implored Achimota school to admit the students after they were denied admission amid their Rasta hair.
In a new discovery made by Black Rasta, after a crunch meeting with the headmistress of Achimota School, they were briefed that the GES has changed its mind on the issue.
Black Rasta told Zylofon FM that he attended the meeting with the parents of the two students, only to be informed that the GES has ordered the students to abide by the school’s rules and regulations.
Black Rasta said this is discrimination because the dreadlocks show the religion both students belong to.