- Tyrone Iras Marhguy seems to be disturbed about not being in school
- Tyrone awaits the verdict of a suit at the High Court his family filed against Achimota for rejecting him based on his locks
- He posted a picture of his two other siblings who are girls in their school uniform
- Captioning the picture, he wrote that awaiting something good from the court gives him hope
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One of the Rastafarian students who was turned away by the Achimota School authorities for wearing dreadlocks, Tyrone Iras Marhguy seems to be disturbed about not being in school.
Tyrone says while he awaits the verdict of a suit at the High Court, he has to stay home and watch his two other siblings go to school every day.
Tyrone Marghuy who happens to be born a triplet watches his siblings on a daily basis go to school but is not able to do so because his case with the Achimota school is still in court.
In a post on his Facebook timeline, he posted a picture of his sisters in their school uniform and wrote:
Coolest thing ever was to be born triplets with these wonderful young ladies!! I always watch them go to school while I stay home. But I'm awaiting something good from the court, gives me hope!!
His post generated some reactions from those who are following him on Facebook.
SuperStarboy Smaila does not think the court is going to help him.
Be there and be doing court court.
SuperStarboy Smaila again advised him to cut his lock and be admitted.
You don't go and cut down those locks on your head Before you realize na 3years atwam.
Nana Ama Jacobs suggested he tries another school.
Hi, why don't you try a different School
D J Jasco Bwoy asked him to be strong
Be strong bro. It will soon be over.
Viel Godsennor had a little advise for him.
Leave that school and go to a different school who needs u to keep ambition on. Ghana today is about the owner !!! Be advised
The family of Tyrone Iras Marhguy sued Achimota School for having violated his rights by their decision to reject his admission because of his dreadlocks.
As part of their demands, the family wants Achimota School to enroll Tyrone into the school to continue with his education.
They are also demanding compensation for the inconvenience and other factors as well.
In other news, the Minister for Education, Dr. Yaw Adutwum, has stated that parents who feel they want to pay the fees of their wards enjoying the free SHS should feel free to do so.
Dr. Adutwum said the government would really appreciate and applaud any parent who does that.
He made this known while speaking in an interview with Starr News.
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Source: Yen Newspaper