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Free senior high school has brought relief to Ghanaians, do not touch it:Nana Aba pleads with IMF

The International Monetary Fund always provides countries that are in dire need of recovery from economic hardship, funds. They mostly give these countries strict conditions before releasing any funds and it is expected that Ghana would be subjected to such conditionalities.

IMF shall possibly audit books for the past 5 years, freeze the free senior high school policy and stop all works on the so-called National Cathedral Project. 

It will also seek to downsize the ballooned appointment of ministers and government appointees all drawing free monies every month and Ex-Gratia. Place embargo on reckless government spending like renting private jets at $18,000per hour and monitor any funds disbursed to the last dollar.

Surprisingly, the majority of Ghanaians are much concerned with the free senior high school policy which they believe has benefited a lot of underprivileged children. It is their sole wish that the IMF avoid touching the policy and look at other channels to help salvage the economy and one of such is Nana Aba Anamoah.

The brilliant female journalist has pleaded with IMF simply because it has brought relief to the majority of the poor. However, some of her fans disagree with her assertion and post that it isn't a sound policy. This wholesale free for all policy isn't sustainable and too huge of a burden on our budget. A policy targeting the vulnerable is a wiser and better sustainable one. 

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