The judge, therefore, adjourned the case to April 23, 2021, but assured that the trial will be expedited.

This comes just a day after a similar application for a mandatory injunction against the Achimota School was also dismissed.

The first injunction application was filed by a dreadlocked student, Oheneba Nkrabea, seeking to force the school to admit him temporarily.

The student, through his father, had filed an ex-parte motion arguing that his constant stay at home puts him in a disadvantaged position.

He, therefore, prayed the court to order the Achimota School to temporarily admit him as both parties continue their legal tussle.

A section of the motion said, “the longer Applicant stays at home, the longer he will continue to be denied an education.”

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