Ras Kuuku, a reggae dancehall musician, has shared his displeasure with the news that Achimota School has reportedly refused admission of two ‘Rastafarian‘ students.
Reacting to the news, Ras Kuuku took to his Facebook page and schooled Ghana Education Service over what Achimota School did by refusing the two students’ admission.
According to Ras Kuuku, hairstyles do not define if one is poor academically or brilliant.
Ras Kuuku asserted that being a Rastafarian is a way of life.
The Puom Music CEO lambasted Achimota School saying “It’s irrational, abnormal and it’s against humanity to sack a student because of his Locks.”
Ras Kuuku wrote:
Ghana Education Service listen the hair does not define who is Empty headed and who is Brilliant. It’s a way of Life so you can’t decide for us on how to grow our hair. It’s irrational, abnormal and it’s against humanity to sack a student because of his Locks. You all enjoy music from Musicians who have locks too. Aaaaaba.Ya Bl3 mo
This comes after a disappointed father shared on Facebook that his son and one other student have been allegedly denied admission into Achimota School because of their dreadlocks.
The father identified as Ras Aswad Nkrabeah revealed that the authorities of Achimota School claimed it is against the rules of the school to admit students with dreadlocks.
Read his full post below;
Ras Aswad further stated that dreadlocks, in any way does not disrupt the activities of the school.