The Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court presided over by Justice Gifty Agyei Addo has dismissed an ex-parte directive application from one of the Rastafarian students who was denied confirmation by the Achimota Senior High School.
The interlocutory directive recorded on April 6 was for implementation of the key common freedoms of the candidate.
The candidate needed a compulsory directive request to be served on Achimota School to concede the candidate for him to go to classes forthcoming the last assurance of the considerable matter.
Yet, the court said the candidate, bombed procedurally on both interval order which was to keep going for 10 days or interlocutory directive which was to last all through the knowing about the case.
The court said, there would be a crime of equity on the respondents considering the application was recorded ex-parte.
Equity Addo said, regardless of whether the application was for interval directive or interlocutory order, it can’t be allowed.
It is the situation of the court, such a choice will bias the result of the case on the grounds that the respondents have not been notified.
7 days request
Nonetheless, the court said it will rather assist activity in the considerable matter.
To do this, the court said, rather than the 21 days permitted by the guidelines for the respondents to record the reactions when served, they should document them in seven days.
Knowing about the considerable matter has been dismissed to April 22, 2021.