3 Former teachers of Rastafarian speak up; talk about his conduct in JHS

3 Former teachers of Rastafarian speak up; talk about his conduct in JHS

- 3 of Tyrone Iras Marhguy's JHS teachers have spoken about his conduct back in a junior high school located at Ablekuma

- The teachers indicated that the young man had an excellent character coupled with amazing academic performances

- Tyrone was one of the 2 Rastafarians rejected from Achimota School over their dreadlocks

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Former teachers of Tyrone Iras Marhguy, one of the two Rastafarians who were rejected at Achimota School over their hairstyle have revealed the young man's true character.

According to a report attributed to Citinewsroom, the teachers were from the Omega School Junior High School where the Rastafarian and his two sisters enrolled at JHS 2.

It is reported that this was the fourth basic school Marhguy had been in as his family had lived in Kumasi, Aburi, Kasoa and finally Ablekuma.

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3 Former teachers of Rastafarians speak up; talk about his conduct in JHS
3 Former teachers of Rastafarians speak up; talk about his conduct in JHS Credit: Modernghana.com
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Marhguy's English teacher identified as Christabel Agyemang described the character of the young man in the words:

“Tyrone was a good boy, respectful, clever, and very intelligent. He was a very cool and calm boy. He couldn't do any harm,” she said.

Tyrone Iras Marhguy's ICT teacher called Daniel Nyarko also revealed:

“There was a time I was teaching ICT and I had to combine both classes, and then I made an error in the lesson. But then, he came to me personally to prompt me, so I don’t feel bad for making a mistake. I was like 'Wow! What a brilliant child he was!'”

Another teacher, Patience Debrah said she was heartbroken when she found out that he had been refused entry into the Achimota School because of his dreadlocks. She added:

“He didn't have any bad record. We think Achimota School should give him a chance and then they will attest to the fact that he's really good.”

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Away from the rejected Rastafarians, Afua Ansah, the Spelling Bee champion for Ghana in the year 2016 has been admitted into one of the top Ivy League Universities in the United States of America.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of The Spelling Bee GH, it is indicated that Afua Ansah is enrolled in Cornell University, New York, studying Electrical and Computer Engineering.

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