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GH¢2bn Is been spent on Free SHS Anually by Government


Government burns through GH¢2 billion every year on the Free SHS program, Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia has said.

“This underscores the significance government joins to instruction which is the way to improvement without which no nation can flourish,” he included.

“We are spending a great deal; as of now around two billion cedis consistently on free senior secondary school alone. We trust it is cash worth spending in light of the fact that the President has said there is no option than to put resources into instruction,” he called attention to.

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He was addressing instructors and understudies of the Presbyterian Model Cluster of Schools at Suhum in the Eastern Region.

He offered the comments while tending to understudies and educators as visitor of respect at the centennial festival of Suhum Presbyterian Model Cluster of Schools.

President Akufo-Addo since accepting office, he stated, had set accentuation on instruction as confirm from the speculations being made in that division.

Talking at the occasion, he said hundred years of any establishment merits celebrating, including that the Cluster of Schools having endured this long offers trustworthiness to its solid establishment as set somewhere near its establishing fathers.

He offered thanks to the originators of the school, especially the Presbyterian Church, for their incredible vision and seeing it all through the hundred years of its reality.

He begged staff of the school to continue trying sincerely subsequent to accomplishing such incredible accomplishment. He exhorted the understudies to concentrate hard and be restrained.

The Vice-President communicated the expectation that the victories chalked up would be continued for people in the future.

The Chief of Suhum, Osaberima Ayeh Kofi, on his part, beseeched government to thoroughly decentralize instruction.

He begged the administration to assign forces to conventional rulers to assume significant jobs in guaranteeing superior training framework in the nation.

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