Two Ghanaian students have been turned away from Achimota School for being Rastafarians.
According to the narration of the father of one of them, the school refuses them admission because of their long hair which apparently goes against the rules of the school.
He wrote on Facebook that his son and another Rastafarian kid were denied admission to Achimota, even though they had received their placement via the Computer Selection System.
Basically, they were told that the only way to enter the school is to violate their religious beliefs.
The issue has sparked debate on social media as people debate whether religious freedom supercedes the rules of a school.
Read the narration of the father of the denied student below…