Lord N.A Quaye: Meet former Accra Aca student with dreadlocks who is changing lives after school

Lord N.A Quaye: Meet former Accra Aca student with dreadlocks who is changing lives after school

- Lord N.A Quaye runs Quaye Foundation, works as the Executive Director at Capgrove Group, and is a Business Manager at Socialville

- He is a former student of Accra Academy which allowed the young man to enroll with his dreadlocks

- Achimota School rejected two Rastafarian students despite previous calls by the Ghana Education Service for the duo to be accepted

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A gentleman identified as Lord N.A Quaye who was allowed to attend high school at Accra Academy is now championing movements to impact lives positively in Ghana.

In posts sighted by YEN.com.gh on his Twitter handle, @LordnQuaye, the gentleman is seen on different occasions speaking to masses and engaging with high-level personalities in Ghana.

Lord Quaye also works as a youth advocate, the Chief Executive Officer of the Quaye Foundation, Executive Director at Capgrove Group, and a Business Manager at Socialville.

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Meet the former Accra Aca student with dreadlocks who is changing lives after school
Meet the former Accra Aca student with dreadlocks who is changing lives after school Credit: @LordnQuaye
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Lord N.A Quaye's story has emerged as an example of what students wearing dreadlocks can turn out to be when given the opportunity to enrol in high school like their other colleagues.

As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, Achimota School rejected two Rastafarian students despite calls by the Ghana Education Service for the duo to be accepted.

One of the student's father, Raswad Nkrabea, described the open rejection of both Tyrone Iras Marghuy and his son, Nhiraba Nkrabea as demoralising.

He added that since they were rejected and turned away from the school despite having legal documents, the school must write a letter to welcome the students back.

Meanwhile, a former Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Charles Aheto-Tsegah has added his voice to the ongoing Achimota School saga.

According to Aheto-Tsegah, the headmistress of the Achimota School could be sacked for disregarding the directive of the GES.

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He holds the view that the school rules do not explicitly state that it has a tradition not to admit Rastafarians.

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