Sammy Gyamfi, the NDC National Communications Officer and Rev. Ntim Fordjour, The Deputy Minister of Education and MP for Assin South clashed on Good Morning Ghana today, Thursday, March 10, 2022. According to Ntim Fordjour all is well and education in the country is in a better place than they picked it in 2017. Sammy Gyamfi disagreed and raised questions about the education in Ghana. He based his fact on the problems that basic education is facing.
According to Sammy Gyamfi, there are issues regarding textbooks that are yet to be resolved. He questioned why it is 3 years and yet there are no textbooks for basic schools. He wondered if the authors are writing an encyclopedia. He also raised problems with free education and free feeding. With the tertiary side, Sammy asked questions about why there is still a double track system in the universities.
Sammy noted that some level 400s have been in the house for months and yet Ntim Fordjour was claiming all was well. As Sammy spoke, the Deputy minister giggled and laughed. This infuriated Sammy who felt incensed that the Minister will laugh over such important matters on national Tv. He rebuked the Deputy Minister and asked him to stop lying to Ghanaians because all isn’t well with the education sector.
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