- Tyrone Marghuy, the Rastafarian student who was denied admission into Achimota School has spoken again
- He said he loved the school and wanted to win the NSMQ Award for the school
- Tyrone narrated in details how he developed love for Achimota School
- He has sued the school and demanding some damages
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Tyrone Iras Marghuy, the Rastafarian student who was denied admission into Achimota School, has revealed that he wanted to win the National Science and Maths Quiz (NMSQ) for the school.
Speaking in a video with Ghana’s first and foremost blogger, Ameyaw Debrah, Marghuy said he really loved Achimota School and had prepared so well to glorify the school by winning the NMSQ.
According to him, Achimota School has always been on his heart and had good plans for the school, however, all of those feelings have been ruined by the admission saga that rocked him.
He revealed that he knew little about Achimota School, and only started developing an interest and love for it when his teacher asked him to choose the school as his first choice.
From there, Tyrone said he decided to research more about the school and that is when he started falling deeply in love with the school.
Sadly, Tyrone's vision is currently hanging in the air after Achimota denied him admission and he sued the school.