Umaru Sanda Tells GES To Make Pronouncement On Muslim Girls Wearing Hijab In Schools As They Did To Rastafarians

Ghanaian Journalists calls on GES to permit Muslim female students to use Hijab in schools.

The Ghana Education Service reportedly order the leadership of Achimota Secondary school to admit two dreadlocks students after they were initially denied admission into the school.

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The action of GES could lead to a massive change in such situations in institutions considering many non-Muslims institutions do not permit female students to report with Hijabs covering their hair.

But according to the Journalist, if wearing dreadlocks to school can be permitted on Cultural/Religious grounds and not considered as fashion, the same can be done with Muslim girls.

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He, therefore, call on GES to follow a similar step and make a definite Pronouncement on wearing Hijabs too since it’s these girls in it don’t wear it for fashion as well.

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