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I was forced to remove my dreadlock - Ras Mubarak.

 A Member of Parliament, Ras Mubarak shares his view on the adoption of Rastafarians or dreadlocked students into the Ghana Education Servic...


 A Member of Parliament, Ras Mubarak shares his view on the adoption of Rastafarians or dreadlocked students into the Ghana Education Service ( GES).

He says , he formerly had dreadlock before becoming an MP. In his vision for this post, there was no law against his hair style but circumstances being the matter or beyond his control, he had to shave off everything just for the post.

So to the issue at hand , all students are to look decent including the hair which is cut down . He therefore doesn't see any reason of concerned student 

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