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Motown ruling has open gate for greater discourse – Umaru Sanda

The host of Eyewitness Information on Citi 93.7 FM, Umaru Sanda Amadu following a court docket ruling in favour of a Rastafarian boy the Achimota High School denied admission on March 19 has mentioned the judgment is a step in the proper route.

The Human Rights Division of the Accra Excessive Courtroom Monday ordered the Authorities of the Accra-based Achimota Faculty to confess the 2 dreadlocked college students it denied amid the character of their coiffure.

Saying the decision of the case, the court docket presided over by Justice Gifty Agyei Addo dominated that the basic human rights of the Rastafarian college students can’t be restricted by the foundations in query.

The Cowboy journalist reacting to the information in a social media put up sighted by EducationWeb.com.gh mentioned “this judgment is nice and progressive. I’m pleased these two Rastafarian college students have received in opposition to the Achimota Faculty which nonetheless desires to stay in 1730.”

In accordance with him, the judgment has paved method for greater discourse together with the case which includes Muslim college students within the Administration of the Wesley Women’ Excessive Faculty denied from fasting throughout Ramadan fasting.

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“These boys, have successfully develop into our Rosa Parks and this judgment opens the gate for a much bigger discourse that have to be had!” Umaru Sanda Amadu said.

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