Vice President His Excellency Mahamidu Bawumia was guest of honor at the 70th Anniversary Celebration of Fijai Senior High School, Sekondi on Saturday but Ghanaians see it as a misplaced priority.
They believe the above president who's the leader of the country's economic development committee must value the downtrodden of the cedi and the hardship Ghanaians are experiencing and not be serving as a guest at a function that won't bring any significant bearing on Ghana's economic misfortunes.
During his speech, he emphasized that government is not only looking to the Free Senior High School policy as its developmental tool but is also focusing on TVET as a powerful pathway to equip people with the technical and professional skills needed for the socio-economic and industrial development of the country.
He revealed that the NPP Nana Addo-led government is spending $500 million to equip 54 NVTIs, technical University,s, and Technical Institutes. With the right skill-set and a mindset of possibilities with the sky as its limit.
In the school's 70 years in operation, the school has never experienced any students unrest or mayhem on the campus since its establishment.
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