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Mahama Could Not Have Implemented Free SHS With His Tortoise Pace Progressive Education – NPP

 

 

Communications Director for NPP, Yaw Buabeng Asamoah has chided former President Mahama saying he could never have implemented Free SHS with his tortoise pace progressive education.

According to him, Ghanaians needed a change for drastic results hence Nana Addo’s massive vote to lead the country for that positive change.

‘One of the things that drive a country is a quality educational system and that is what Ghanaians who voted for Nana Addo and the NPP are enjoying now. Mahama’s tortoise pace progressive education could have never given a free SHS,’ Lawyer Yaw Buabeng Asamoah told Kwame Tutu on a One-On-One interview on Anopa Nkomo on Accra based Kingdom FM 107.7.

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Communications Director for NPP is of a firm belief that former President John Dramani Mahama is experiencing ‘sleepless nights’, adding that this is so because the Free Senior High School (SHS) policy was not rolled-out during his tenure.

‘This policy has come to stay. I know that there are people in this country who don’t want this policy, who have been campaigning against this policy and they are dreaming that they are going to come back to power to cancel the policy’.

Lawyer Buabeng Asamoah reiterated, ‘that one thing worrying John Mahama and also which is giving him sleepless nights is the fact that he couldn’t implement free SHS policy under his tenure. Even E-blocks he couldn’t complete . . . and these are the people who want Ghanaians to vote for them again”.

The implementation of the Free SHS by the NPP government continue to attract numerous criticisms from the opposition NDC with the current debate on whether the NDC will cancel it when in power or not.

But the NDC says it will review the policy when voted into power.

 

By : Aboagye Frank Jackson / Kingdom 107.7 FM / Kingdomfmonline.com / Ghana / 2019

 

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