Recently in Ghana, there has been some speculation about free Senior High School being stopped by the Akufo Addo government and a lot of people in one or two has talked about it and this seems to put a lot of fear in the people of Ghana.
According to some people, Nana Akufo Addo has no funds again to provide for the free Senior High School and as a result, won't be surprised if he puts a stop to the free SHS and makes parents start paying for their children fees.
According to him, some parent does not have money to pay for their children fees and has been always great to Akufo Addo for bringing the free SHS because their children now are in schools and have food to feed on for free.
Lawyer Nimako continued to say that, there are a lot of brilliant students in the country but because of financial issues, some couldn't further their education but with the initiation of the free SHS, they can now further to the university.
To lawyer Nimako, involving politics into the free Senior High School will not help Ghana and urged everyone to help build the free Senior High School to help develop the nation.
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