“I feel bad for the innocent boy caught in the middle of all these controversies”- Nana Aba Anamoah reacts to Rasta boy rejected by Achimota

Nana Aba Anamoah, a well-known broadcaster, has criticized the insensitivity of the Ghana Education Service (GES) and the heads of Achimota SHS for failing to consider the kid in the midst of all the chaos.

The GES, NAGRAT, and the heads of Achimota Senior Secondary School have been at odds for over a week over a Rastafarian who was admitted to the school.

The point of argument is that the student has developed dreadlocks, something the school considers to be unethical.

Nana aba said in a tweet earlier today that the GES and Achimota school are hell-bent on showing who is right and who is wrong, oblivious to the fact that there is an innocent boy caught in the midst of their tug-of-war.

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In all of this, it’s the young man that I feel sorry for. GES, Achimota School & NAGRAT etc. appear more concerned about who’s right and wrong. Think about the poor innocent boy caught up in all of this. His picture is all over the place. How is he feeling? Do you care?“, she wrote.

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