The free Senior High School policy is one of the policies that has won the hearts of Ghanaians for the NPP. It has helped many underprivileged individuals whose life would have ended up on the street to get a chance to go to school and the majority of the students understand that, hadn't been because of the free SHS they would not go to school at all.
Many students therefore expressed their gratitude to the NPP and Nana Addo for bringing the free Senior High School policy into existence.
One of such students is by the name Frank Adu. He is from Oduman in the Asante Akim, Central District of the Ashanti Region of Ghana. He attended Konongo Presby primary school and Junior High School. He is currently attending Odumase Senior High School.
Frank Adu is economically challenged and that has been a major problem to his education. He said that he nearly stopped school because his parents couldn’t afford to pay for his secondary education at the time.
To express his gratitude, Frank Adu has built a mini-helicopter to honor President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. He built the helicopter out of scrap material and branded it with the New Patriotic Party (NPP) colors that are white, red, and blue. He wrote Free SHS and NPP's campaign slogan "four more for Nana" on the windscreen of the Mini Helicopter.
The Helicopter however couldn't fly but Frank Adu said he won't relent until he makes his helicopter fly.
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