It is another year from the Basic Certificate Examinations. There has been a lot of issues when it comes to this examination. There have been alleged cases of papers being leaked and compromised invigilators. Ghana on the whole has been performing bright on the scene and winning laurels in Africa for producing great results.
The 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examinations start today, Monday, November 15, 2021 and it is expected that about 571,894 students will be taking part in the examinations nationwide. These students will seek to continue after passing at the senior level. The president, Akufo-Addo has sent a warm message to the students as they sit for their papers today. he wished them well and reminded them of the goal ahead if they pass. The price of acquiring free education.
It is yet to be seen if the students will even see this post as it is coming at a time that they might be already writing their first paper. The president has received some backlash after he failed to personally commiserate with the tidal waves victims in Keta, Ketu South and Anloga. The Free SHS though a good initiative has also received a number of low points as some administrators say there are no funds to keep sponsoring.
They argue that the government makes huge promises and yet fails to send monies needed to run the system. Free SHS was one of the turning points for the victory President Akufo-Addo won in 2016. The President hopes to make it better and leave it as his biggest legacy.
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