GES directive to Achimota SHS has the tendency of undermining the authority of school governing board- Prof Aryeetey

By | March 23, 2021


The old students of Achimota senior high school has added their voices into the matter about the directive given by Ghana education services to Achimota senior high school to admit two students with dreadlocks. They described Ghana education services decision as way of undermining the authorities of the school governing board.

This comes as a result of the directive to Achimota senior high school to admit two Rastafarian students by the Ghana education services.

In a twist sighted by educegh.com, the president of the old students Association of Achimota senior high, prof. Ernest Aryeetey wrote that the decision of the Ghana education services is in way of undermining the authorities of the governing board of the Achimota senior high school.

Prof. Aryeetey said the old students association is concerned about the breach of the rules and regulations of the school.

For that reason the old students association of Achimota senior high school in a letter calling on the directive of the Ghana education services to be withdrawn.

Social media platforms are taking interest in this Rastafarian students admission saga with a lot of mixed reactions about this Rastafarian students admission.

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