Previous President John Mahama, crusading to lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2020 decision, says the gathering won’t abrogate the free senior secondary school (SHS) strategy whenever given the command to administer.
He said it was not valid as being guaranteed by a few people that he “is against the approach”.
What he couldn’t help contradicting — found totally unsuitable was the twofold track framework.
“I know the advantages of training to the fortunes of advancement thus NDC will give the fundamental foundation to oblige all understudies without a moment’s delay.”
Arrangement of foundation
The previous President said his gathering began the Free SHS program with day understudies and was working bit by bit to give the expected framework to suit the understudies and could, along these lines, not kick against it.
He was tending to individuals from the NDC in Koforidua as a feature of his five-day voyage through the Eastern Region to charm agents to vote in favor of him amid the up and coming presidential essential.
Mr. Mahama cautioned that the twofold track game plan under the free SHS could devastate the nature of the nation’s instruction.
He advised the social event to disregard what he said were unwarranted charges that he claimed an inn in Dubai and had other colossal ventures abroad.
Again, the administration he drove, never issued the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, with a conciliatory visa.
Neither does he or his better half claim any interests in the disturbed gold exchanging company.Mr. Mahama, who is in the race for the NDC presidential ticket with six others, requested that the agents give their votes to him.
He said he would get triumph to the gathering 2020 and that Ghanaians “have lamented” the slip-up of voting in favor of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
He promised to work with everyone, including alternate hopefuls whenever chosen by the representatives.
“Whoever rises the victor, we should all help him to wrest control from the NPP.”
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