The “My own” hit maker wanted to address students of the Ebenezer Senior High School in Dansoman, but the school’s headmaster denied him access.
Headmaster prevents Samini from speaking to students due to his dreadlocks
Reggae and dancehall artiste Samini Dagaati was on Wednesday turned away from speaking to students at a High School in Accra due to his dreadlocks.
Samini explained that he was prevented from speaking to the students because he was wearing dreadlocks.
“The headmaster of Ebenezer Senior High School decided that because of my dreadlocks, I was not fit to speak to the students of the school which is in Dansoman where I live, which is 5 minutes from my parents’ home,” he said, as quoted by Citinewsroom.
“At Saint Margaret Mary, I went there with my dreadlocks and I met the Reverend Father who is the assistant headmaster and then I went and met the headmistress herself. Then I went to the vocational school with my dreadlocks.”
Samini is currently on a high school tour in Accra, as he prepares to hold his annual “Saminifest” concert.
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