The leaders of the national association of graduate teachers (NAGRAT) said they will oppose any lawsuit against the management of the Achimota senior high school should there be any.
The management of the Achimota senior high school turns away two Rastafarian students with the reason that it is against the code of conduct of the Ghana education services.
Due to the comments on the matter by the general public, the management of the Ghana education services directed the authorities of the Achimota senior high school to admit these two Rastafarian students.
Despite the directive of Ghana education services for Achimota senior high school to admit the two students with dreadlocks, the family of one of the students insisted they will seek redress in court so that it would not be only Achimota senior high school that will allow Rastafarian students to go to public schools but it should be across all public schools in Ghana.
Reacting to Mr. Raswad Nkrabea father of one of the dreadlocks students, the president of the national association of graduate teachers (NAGRAT) Mr. Angel Carbonu said they will fill a joinder suit should there be anybody who files a suit against Achimota senior high school
“NAGRAT welcomes anyone who would want to go to court on this issue and on the issue of discipline in our schools but when the issue comes up, NAGRAT will attach itself because we are an interested party. That court case will not be limited to the wearing of rasta, it will be expanded into the establishment of rules and regulations of our schools. If the court decides that everybody can do whatever he or she likes, you will all be our guests as teachers.”