Many Ghanaian citizens have, through NPP's free school policy, enjoyed the advantages of sending their wards to school without making any payment. Currently, the fSHS policy is wavering as the government is suffering to deliver food and books to schools as a result of the economic challenges affecting Ghana.
Executive director of Ghana Educational Watch, Kofi Asare, has, through his Facebook account, called on parents to go to the aid of their children in various schools and support these schools in kind or cash, per the current food shortage in schools.
He shared his thoughts while he asserted that these two senior high schools, Wesley Girls and Mfantsipim Senior PTA, are contributing an amount of GHS 250 or GHS 500 in support of feeding for their wards, making acknowledgement of his source from Joy News.
Some Ghanaians reacted to his post with a thumbs up, and others made their views known in the comment section, with some saying the government has failed in its decisions with the implementation of the fSHS policy in the country.
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