Joe Biden's national advisor shows support for Rastafarians rejected by Achimota School

Joe Biden's national advisor shows support for Rastafarians rejected by Achimota School

- An advisor to Joe Biden, Adjoa Asamoah, has decided to support the two Rastafarian students rejected from Achimota School over their hairstyle

- According to Maanaa Myers, who is a mother to one of the Rastafarian students, Asamoah promised to get a few things out of the way and focus on the trending issue

- Myers says the fight is not going to be a cheap one at all

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Adjoa Asamoah, the Ghanaian lady who has served on Joe Biden’s team as a national advisor has waded into the debate about the enrollment of the two Rastafarian students rejected at Achimota School.

According to Maanaa Myers, the mother of one of the Rasta students named Tyrone Iras Marhguy, Joe Biden's advisor gave them a phone call.

During their conversation, Asamoah who was very instrumental in the victory of the US President-elect, Joe Biden, over the incumbent, Donald Trump, assured Myers of her unflinching support.

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Joe Biden's national advisor joins support for rejected Rastafarians at Achimota
Joe Biden's national advisor joins support for rejected Rastafarians at Achimota Credit: watchtheyard.com; Facebook, Raswad Menkrabea
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"She says she will throw her support behind us. She said they are currently doing one or two things and when they are settled, she will get to us to fight from that side," Myers narrated.

Maanaa Myers made the eye-popping revelation on Kofi TV on March 23 when she was hosted together with her son who got turned away.

It appears as though the fight being put up by the two Rastafarians against getting rejected from enrolling in Achimota School will see more interesting developments in the near future.

"It is not going to be a small fight", Myers said in conclusion.

Meanwhile, famous Ghanaian musician, Samini, has finally added his voice to the trending debate regarding whether Rastafarian students should be allowed in high schools or not.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his verified Facebook handle, the dancehall artiste indicated that the right to education is not supposed to be based on hairstyle but rather intellect.

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However, Samini categorically stated that if the two students' hairstyle is based on their religious beliefs, then Achimota School must not allow them into the school.

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