Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia made a special appearance at Tamale Senior High School on Saturday to join hands with other dignitaries and alumni, launch the 70th anniversary of the prestigious school. As expected, he gave his speech and most of the content of his speech centered on the development of the educational sector of Ghana. He continuously emphasized on government's commitment on developing and facilitating the study of Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) at all levels of educations due to the numerous benefits it comes along with.
Today, Dr. Bawumia shared a post on his official facebook page which captured an excerpt of the speech. It reads, "Government reforming education to produce critical, 21st century thinkers." Ghanaians took turn to massively react on this post of his. Qweku Nenyi Fynn totally disagreed with the Vice President's projection.
This is what he wrote : "Boss, with all due respect, education is supposed to make it's recipients functional beings in society. With the breakdown of discipline now in society and school, authorities now only remotely controls. We have brought a snake home and nurturing it to grow to become a dragon. Lets be blunt, I am not being pessimistic but the future is dark."
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