The Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum has been taken to the gutters by netizens for trying to justify the need for the government to spend over $34.8 million for the procurement of past questions for WASSCE candidates.
It could be recounted that, when the issue of procurement of past papers was raised in 2019/2020 academic year, people bashed and chastised the government for given the candidates leak papers with the sole aim of exonerating itself from the criticisms that were made about the free SHS programs.
Dr Adutwum, in making his way out indicated, the fact that, there is the need to do that as some other advance countries do same when preparing their students for examinations.
He also mentioned that, the cost of procurement worth it, but these explanations didn't go well with netizens as they also vent their venoms on him.
A few of the comments are; "stop wasting resource like Napo, is that how you manage your school in America?"
"You are a disappointed to the youth, during your time of education were past questions bought for you by the government? Why won't the same students you bought questions for insult the president" images below show some of their comments.
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