Us based Ghanaian controversial journalist, the founder and Chief Executive officer of Loud silence multimedia group, Kevin Taylor has descended heavily on the government of Ghana for constantly misplacing priorities.
In a Facebook comment on Kwame Aplus' Facebook post, Kevin Taylor questioned why the president have to give Ghanaian teachers laptops without providing schools. He questioned the rationale behind having numerous schools under trees while distributing laptops.
According to him, he doesn't understand why schools under trees will not have even light to charge laptops and still government will be sharing laptops.
"The schools under trees will the laptops be plugged from the roots of the trees?" He queried.
The government of Ghana in the help of teachers to improve teaching and learning distributed laptops to teachers across Ghana. This gesture has received a lot of mixed reactions among Ghanaians with many strongly opposing the idea.
People like Kwame Aplus and Kelvin Taylor are the popular Ghanaians who think the distribution of laptops is a misplaced priority
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