He told journalists the court’s decision was part of “a great story.”
“The first time I walked through the gate of Achimota, the first thing I did was to check the time [I arrived] because I knew one day I would be telling a story with it.
“I had no idea I would be telling one great story in the courtroom about how I was discriminated [against] and how I am back.”
He added “I will know how to handle [possible stigma], and to straighten things up when [the stigmatization] starts.”
The students were denied admission into Achimota school until they cut off their dreadlocks.
Following this, they filed a suit against the school.
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