The Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court has requested Achimota School to concede the two Rastafarian understudies.
The Human Rights Division of the High Court directed Justice Gifty Agyei Addo decided that the fundamental human rights of two understudies can’t be restricted by the principles being referred to.
Tyron Iras Marhguy and Oheneba Kwaku Nkrabea sued the educational committee’s of Governors, the Minister of Education, Ghana Education Service and the Attorney General to implement their fundamental Human Rights.
The candidates requested that the court “pronounce that the disappointment and additionally refusal of the first Respondent (Achimota School Board of Governors) to concede or select the Applicant based on his Rastafarian strict tendency, convictions and culture described by his keeping of Rasta is an infringement of his fundamental human rights and opportunities ensured under the 1992 constitution especially Articles 12(1), 23, 21(1)(b)(c)”.
The two understudies likewise needed “a request coordinated at [Achimota School] to promptly concede or select the candidate to proceed with his schooling unhindered.”
The candidates additionally looked for pay for the “burden, shame, exercise in futility, and infringement of his fundamental human rights and opportunities”.