Under Nana Akuffo Addo’s second term in office as the president, the economy of Ghana has been so tight recently, and a lot of people are backlashing the government for the prices of products and the rapid increase in fuel prices.
Prof Stephen Addai, who is the chairman of the National Development Planning Commission has advised Nana Addo to quit the free Education program, this is because of the hard economic hardship in the country now and considering the amount of money being pushed in the free education program every year.
Today, reporting on Angel News, Nana Boye Piesie Kyenkyenhene, playing a conversation with Prof Stephen Addai said, Nana Addo advised to quit the free Education program by Prof Stephen Addai.
According to him, Nana Akuffo addo must take a second look at the free Education program because, according to estimates about Ghs7billion is what’s being wasted there which can help the country in the hardship it’s in now.
“Nana Akuffo Addo has being advised to quit free Education for now, according to Prof Stephen Addai, he don’t need to entirely disconnect the free Education but looking at the current situation of this country, he can quit it for now” Nana Boye Piesie reported to Angel News this morning.
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Source: Angel Morning News (18th March, 2022)
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