The Human Rights Court of the Accra High Court t Monday, May 31, 2021, will announce the verdict of the case which involved two rasta students at the Achimota School who denied admission on March 19, amid their long hair.
The dreadlocked students after the Achimota School Management rejected a GES directive to admit the students separately filed a suit against the public school and petitioned the High Court to instruct Motown to enroll them.
One of the rasta student also asked the Court for the Accra-based Achimota School to compensated him for public disgrace and wasting his time.
A lawyer for Motown, Stella Badu speaking to Court said the school admitting the two students with the dread hairstyle will breach the GES code of conduct and the school rules, hence the decision to refuse them.
But, Judge Gifty Adjei Addo announced May 31, 2021, as the date to rule the case as to whether the Achimota School Headmistress will consider the two Rastafarian students for admission or reject them for the third time.