Kwame Asare Obeng, popular known as A-Plus in the showbiz, has hit back at the formal education system in Ghana, and described the decision to reject Rastafarian students as needless.
According to A-Plus, students have been cutting their hair before independence yet Ghana atomic energy cannot produce “knockout” or fireworks for Christmas. “We import knockout and toothpick from China”, he added.
It would be recalled that Achimota Senior High School denied a Rastafarian student admission, demanding that, the hair should be cut down. This decision of the school received a lot of varied reactions from Ghanaians, as some supported it and some also against it.
In a Facebook post, sighted by Ghana Africa News, A-Plus noted that Achimota school has produced majority of the people who have held key positions in Ghana.
He said all the people who takes pride of being past students of Achimota has not really help Ghana to make any progress “I went to Achimota, I went to Achimota” yet Ghana is still the same”, he mocked.
A-Plus noted that whiles countries where students don’t cut their hair are landing rovers on Mars and opening women’s wombs to operate on babies before they are born, in Ghana, where students always cut their hair, cannot produce anything.
“I went to Adisco, I went to Kwabotwe, I went to St. Peter,” as for Prempeh college I won’t talk about them because my big brother Chairman Wontumi went to school there”, he teased.
According to A-Plus, apart from winning “Oral” science and math quiz, students in Ghana cannot produce anything. “The quiz madam too will be there asking useless questions which can’t land a man on a coconut tree not to talk of the moon”, he complained.
Kwame A-Plus revealed that the problem of Ghana is rather the education system and not about keeping hair or not.
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