Court Dismisses Tyrone Marghuy’s Case As They Consider It As Baseless (+Photos)

Court Dismisses Tyrone Marghuy's Case As They Consider It As Baseless (+Photos)

The Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court has dismissed an injunction application filed by Tyrone Marghuy,  one of the rasta students denied admission to Achimota High School.

The application filed by Tyrone Marghuy was dismissed on procedural grounds by the court on April 12, 2021, presided over by Justice Gifty Agyei Addo.

It was stated in part of the motion that

This application is brought ex-parte because of the particular urgency of this case. Fresh students of Achimota School have reported to school and commenced academic work while [the] Applicant is still being denied enrolment despite the directive by 2nd Respondent [Ghana Education Service]. It has therefore become necessary for the Court to intervene in order that Applicant’s rights are protected and enforced.

“The longer Applicant stays at home, the longer he will continue to be denied an education. If this application is heard in the ordinary, Applicant will have to abide by all the rules relating to service of processes and continue to remain at home while his colleagues are gaining an education.


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