Tyrone Iras Marghuy turned up for school for the first time today at Achimota SHS.
Marghuy reported to school in accordance with the High court ruling which ordered Achimota to admit him with his dreadlocks intact.
The school had earlier refused to admit Marghuy and another Rastafarian child, Oheneba Nkrabea.
The school refused to make a religious exemption for them and said if they wanted to be enrolled they should cut down their hair.
The case was taken to court by the fathers of the two boys and they won a judgement in their favour.
The court said the fundamental rights of the children could not be denied.
After the ruling, Oheneba Nkrabea turned up for school on Thursday, June 3rd and Marghuy has followed suit today.
Checkout photos of him at school below…