The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of Achimota School has released a statement offering full support to the headmistress of the school for refusing to admit two Rastafarian boys unless they cut their hair.
In a statement released by the PTA, they claim that ‘non-school hairdos’ like Rasta cause unnecessary attention and time-wasting in schools.
The PTA thus supports the headmistress’ decision and applauded her for upholding the school’s rules.
Achimota has become the site of a national battle over hair in schools after they denied admission to two rastafarian students.
Read PTA statement below…