The Management and Board of governors of Achimota School say they do not agree with the High Court’s ruling ordering the school to admit two Rastafarian students.
According to them, they have instructed their Lawyers to appeal because they do not agree with the Court’s ruling. In their statement, they said;
“The court ruled that the religious rights of the two applicants had been violated by the School Management as they sought to enforce the time-tested and well-known rules of the School. The Court further directed the School to admit the two applicants. The school Board disagrees with the ruling of the Court”.
Read the full statement below…