Dr. Paul Azunre, 2002 National Science and Mathematics Quiz (NSMQ) champion, praised Tyrone Marghuy for his perfect score in the 2023 WASSCE.
He said Tyrone's pass was for every Ghanaian Rasta who had faced harassment and unlawful confrontation because of their hairstyle.
In a message on X, Twitter was formally appreciated by the former student of Opoku Ware School, who also has dreadlocks Tyrone for making all Rastafarians in Ghana proud and prove to society that they are intelligent.
A collage by Dr. Paul Azunre and Tyrone Marghuy Photo credit: Paul Azunre (LinkedIn) & @marhguy_tyrone (Twitter)
Tyrone Marghuy, a former student of Achimota School, was initially denied entry to the school because of his dreadlocks. The case was settled in court, where it was ruled that the boy should be admitted regardless of his hairstyle or religious beliefs.
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Meanwhile, Tyrone Marghuy, initially denied admission to Achimota School because of his dreadlocks, has excelled in the 2023 WASSCE, scoring equally in all eight subjects.
The student read General Science and achieved a remarkable achievement despite the challenges he faced in his early days at school.
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In a related story, a young Ghanaian boy who attended Anglican Senior High School scored 8As in the 2023 WASSCE.
The young boy's name is Christian Mondjro and he studied General Sciences. His electives include biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics electives.