Akufo-Addo To Review free SHS, other 15 flagship programs – Oppong Nkrumah

Akufo-Addo To Review free SHS, other 15 flagship programs – Oppong Nkrumah

Akufo-Addo To Review free SHS, other 15 flagship programs – Oppong Nkrumah

The Minister Of Information, Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has revealed that the Free Senior High School Policy and other 15 flagship programs of the government will be reviewed this week.

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According to the Minister Of Information, this is part of measures the president has taken to ensure that the programs are protected and fully implemented to impact the lives of every citizen in Ghana

“All the 16 flagship programs are up to be looked at. The President has directed that the flagship programs should be protected and fully implemented to ensure that the impact is achieved.

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“However, he wants it done within the constraints of item number 2 which is the fiscal framework we are working with. If based on the caps that we are working with we will have to rescope a particular flagship program, we will do it and see how much we can achieve, ”Mr.Kojo Oppong Nkrumah stated

About Free Senior High School Policy

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in 2017 launched the Free Senior High School Policy in fulfillment of his campaign promise 2017.

“Today, we throw open the doors of opportunity and hope to our young people… We have a sacred duty to our children and the generations beyond in ensuring that, irrespective of their circumstances, their right to education is preserved,” the President said to an ecstatic crowd at the West Africa Senior High School premises at Adenta.

He added “I want every Ghanaian child to attend secondary school not just for what they learn in books, but for the life experiences that they will gain. I want each of them to look in the mirror in the morning, every morning, and know that they can achieve anything they dream of when they complete their studies.

“I want them to be confident that what they study is relevant to the demands of today, and tomorrow. I want every Ghanaian child to be comfortable in the knowledge that, when they work hard, they will be as capable as anyone else in the world. And I want parents to look upon their children with pride, as they watch them mature into self-confident adults,” the President said.

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