Stop The Free SHS And Focus On Vocational Training - Efia Odo Blast Government.
The actress and popular video vixen Efia Odo have returned to social media after a short hiatus and she's continuing her fix the country campaign.
Efia Odo has been a great leader in the campaign of drawing the government's attention to some very troubling situations in the country that needs fixing.
The actress, entrepreneur, and video vixen has once again addressed an issue she thinks requires solving, and this time she addressed the country's educational sector.
According to Efia Odo, the government's free Senior High School policy and a nuisance and costly, therefore, the government should consider investing the country's resources in vocational training instead of simply adding up to the number of unemployed graduates in the system.
"Stop The Free SHS and invest in vocational schools. Every one knows that anything free comes with a cost!"
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