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I’ll Quit School Rather Than Cut My Dreadlocks – 1st Year OKESS Student

I’ll Quit School Rather Than Cut My Dreadlocks – 1st Year OKESS Student

A 19-year-old Dreadlocked student, who has been denied admission at Osei Kyeretwie Senior High School (OKESS) in the Ashanti Region, says he is considering quitting school for good.

I’ll Quit School Rather Than Cut My Dreadlocks – 1st Year OKESS Student

Selasi Yankee with aggregate 15 was placed at OKESS by Ghana Education Service (GES) computer placement system only to be denied admission by the school’s authorities under the pretext that “school regulations do not permit dreadlocks on campus”.

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Speaking on Akoma FM, Selasi Yankee disclosed that he will rather choose to keep his dreadlocks over the school when it comes down for him to choose between cutting his locks before he’s admitted into the school.

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