The decision to excluded instructive institutions from electricity cuts was chosen by a demonstration of parliament, thus Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) must regard that decision and quit cutting power supply to schools.
The deputy minister of training accountable for tertiary instruction Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has lashed out at the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to with prompt impact shun cutting power supply to instructive institutions in the nation.
Talking amid the third congregation for Bachelor of Technology for Accra Polytechnic Mr. Ablakwa said,
The ECG must cease from cutting power supply to instructional facilities in the nation as that decision was a Cabinet one regardless it stands.
He therefor vowed Government’s status to persistently consider with partners, for example, the Ministry of Finance, the ECG, and the school officials keeping in mind the end goal to locate a friendly answer to the challenge of power supply to instructive institutions.
He encouraged the students to try to ration vitality to empower their institutes to divert their little assets into other formative activities.
He forewarned teacher trainees, who were dispersed from the different universities for non-execution, to cease from taking the law into their own hands and bringing on pandemonium furthermore quit charging the Government for not taking care of their predicament as the Government had no hand in deciding the scholastic models of schools in the nation, Ghana.
Scholarly measures in higher education in Ghana are set by these institutes and Government has no hand in it, he said.
He said Government was presently transforming all training schools in the nation into tertiary institutes and that decision required the upliftment of scholarly benchmarks in those institutes.
He repeated Government’s dedication towards the change of polytechnics in the nation into specialized colleges, including that the procedure would begin from September 2016.
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