Ghanaians are in predicament with regards to whether the IMF will drop the Fre Senior High School and other social mediations. The responses of Ghanaians, expecting the IMF suggests that the public authority drops every one of the social intercessions and supportive of unfortunate arrangements, can be anticipated in light of the past responses of Ghanaians when Kojo Oppong Nkrumah let Ghanaians know that the public authority means to survey the Free SHS.
In a new meeting, authorities from the International Monetary Fund ended their quietness on the problem of Ghanaians and the public authority itself, albeit the public authority had before conveyed that it is absolutely impossible that they will drop the Free SHS. This is the thing the IMF said about the Free SHS.
"We are currently at a beginning phase in the conversations, however we accept that the Free Senior High School is a creative approach that should be safeguarded"
From this correspondence, clearly the IMF should seriously think about dropping or encouraging the public authority to survey the Free SHS.
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