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I always watch my sisters go to school while l stay home awaiting something good from the court gives me hope – Tyrone Marhguy

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Rastafarian student, Tyrone Marhguy who was turned away by the Achimota School authorities for wearing dreadlocks to school seems to be very worried. 

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As it stands now, Tyrone has to wait for the verdict of a suit from the High Court. In a post on his Facebook timeline, he posted a picture of his sisters in their school uniform and wrote: Coolest thing ever was to be born triplets with these wonderful young ladies!! I always watch them go to school while I stay home. But I’m awaiting something good from the court, gives me hope!! Post below: 

https://www.facebook.com/105933228256301/posts/125631352953155/

Tyrone’s worry is that in daily basis he watches his sisters go to school but he is not able to do so because his case with the Achimota school is still in court. 

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Frederick Nuetei Nortey known professionally as Frederick Nortey is a Ghanaian Celebrity Blogger and publicist.He founded fredericknuetei.com an entertainment website and blog that primarily publishes news about Ghanaian Celebrities.

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“Pray for me” – #FixTheCountry originator requests in the face of mounting pressure

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Twitter influencer, KalyJay is pleading with Ghanaians to pray for him in the face of mounting pressure. 

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On May 9, 2021 the Ghana Police Service through the High Court blocked a planned demonstration which was supposed to come off for protesters to register their displeasure to the government. 

On May 10, 2021, the originator of the campaign tweeted asking for prayers, and YEN.com.gh cannot confirm what necessitated the tweet. Tweet below: 

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May 9 #FixTheCountryGhana protest goes online amid heavy police presence at Independence Square

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Today May 9, 2021 should have been the demonstration for the #FixTheCountryGhana campaign but due to the injunction by the High Court, there was a heavy police presence at the Independence Square. 

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This injunction effected by the High Court, has had conveners of the protest, instruct supporters to demonstrate via social media and in their home and communities. 

Protesters across the country hoist placards at vantage points in their respective communities and hoist placards to register their displeasure. 

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