Achimota be ready! - Rasta student Tyrone Marhguy speaks for the 1st time following court victory

Achimota be ready! - Rasta student Tyrone Marhguy speaks for the 1st time following court victory

- Tyron Marhguy has spoken for the first time following his infamous court case with Achimota School

- In a Twitter post, he indicated that he was free after a favorable ruling from the court

- Tyron Marhguy and one other student, Nkrabea were denied admission into Achimota School because of their hairstyle

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Tyron Marhguy, one of the Rastafarian students affected by Achimota's decision not to admit them based on their hairstyle, has spoken following a court ruling in his favor.

The young Rastafarian JHS leaver took to his Twitter account to express joy over the ruling which went his way after an Accra High Court ordered Achimota School to admit him.

The victorious student shared a beautiful family photo after the court's ruling which saw his parents and siblings beaming with smiles.

Achimota, be ready! - Rasta student Tyron Marhguy speaks for the 1st time following court victory
Achimota, be ready! - Rasta student Tyron Marhguy speaks for the 1st time following court victory
Source: Instagram

They were seen holding up the famous two-finger sign known the world over to present 'peace' while standing at the premises of the court.

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After posting the photo, Tyron Marhguy captioned it: "World people, "at long last, the battle has ended, Rasta and @marhguy_tyrone is free forever !! Achimota, be ready !! This was my first court case, and my first win"

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Achimota School had been ordered to admit Tyrone Marhguy, the dreadlock-wearing Rastafarian boy into the school.

The Human Rights Court 1 Division of the High Court in Accra directed Achimota School to also admit Oheneba Nkrabea, another Rastafarian student into the school.

The ruling was read by High Court Judge, Gifty Adjei Addo.

Her reasons were that failure to admit the applicant because of their dreadlocks, which is a manifestation of their religious right is a violation of their human right, right to education, and dignity.

Tyrone Marhguy filed a suit against the Achimota School’s decision not to admit him over their dreadlocks.

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Meanwhile, Nabila, the American lady who appeared on the popular dating TV reality show, Date Rush, has left the country for the United States of America, her date on the show has revealed.

While speaking on the Dating Diaries on the popular reality show, Nana Kwame revealed that Nabila had left the country for America and that he also went to Kumasi after the show.

Speaking about the progress of their relationship, Nana Kwame indicated that they were unable to meet each other after the show.

Source: Yen

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