Social commentator and musician Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A Plus has added his voice to the confusion in the education sector and has asked the president to immediately sack the sector minister.
A lot of confusion has rocked the education sector since the current minister Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum took over the ministry from Dr Martin Opoku Prempeh . Dr Martin Opoku was a dentist by profession but many Ghanaians believe that, there was sanity in the education sector during his reign than recently been witnessed under Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum.
This call by the social commentator comes as the new semester system academic calendar for the year 2022 has been reviewed to the usual trimester system following backlash from Ghanaians including the teacher unions who threaten industrial actions if nothing is done to review the calendar.
According to Kwame A plus, the recent developments in the education sector clearly demonstrates that,the minister is confused and overwhelmed by his duties at the ministry hence the urgent need for the minister to be sacked by the appointing authority.
He made the call through a Facebook post and the post has since generated a lot of reactions of which those who reacted to the post have expressed same sentiments.
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