Mr Yaw Opoku Mensah, the Deputy spokesperson for the Ministry of Education (MoE) in a statement posted on his Official Facebook page on Thursday, 21 October, has urged some members of Minority Parliamentary Committee not to tackle the issue of Mahama's E-blocks with propaganda.
"The Member of Parliament for Ketu South, Md. Abla Dzifa Gomashie and some members of the Minority Parliamentary Committee on Education should stop the propaganda concerning the ongoing Senior High school building project at Agblekpui in Aflao-Ketu South". The Deputy Spokesperson said.
According to him, the project was left abandoned at the first floor level (see pictures for yourselves), since it started in 2013 to 2016 when the NPP took over in 2017, just very little was done to the progress of the building by the NDC for the whole FOUR (4) years period since commencement.
He further said that, the NPP taking over in 2017 strived and lifted the building from first floor where they left it to a fully completed THREE STORY BUILDING of over 95% progress state.
Mr Yaw Opoku Mensah further indicated that the NPP government being so good and demonstrating total commitment towards this ongoing project has:
1. Completed the First Floor;
2. Completed the Second Floor;
3. Completed the Third Floor;
4. Completed the TILING of all the classrooms;
5. Completed most all painting works required.
He said Ghanaians should praise the commitment shown by the current government even when nothing was left to complete the project.
"The transformational agenda remains on course". He concluded.
The above statement comes in the wake of the matters arising when the Parliamentary Selected Committee on Education met with the Deputy Education Minister, Eduwatch and some members of the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) on Thursday October 2021. The Committee questioned the Minister on why most of the E- blocks started by the previous government have been abandoned.
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