Johnnie Hughes, a renowned television presenter at Media General has sent another message to the president of the land.
Speaking on Johnnie's Bite on TV3 New Day show this morning, Johnnie Hughes made it clear to the president that the Free SHS education has come to stay and for that matter the government needs not to touch or review it.
He explained his point by saying that the economy is in crisis but reviewing free senior high school education is not an option. He made several suggestions to the president by saying that the president should cut down taste.
He explained this point by saying that the salaries of all government appointees must be reduced. He also added that all CEOs of Government businesses who make losses for the business should be denied of their allowances and other benefits that comes with the work.
He also made it clear that the government should motivate teachers in the country and also make sure that there are enough food at various senior high schools in he country.
Johnnie Hughes gave an example to the fact that some Schools eat rice all day because rice is the only food stock left in the school.
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This comes after Kojo Oppong Nkrumah made it clear that all 16 flagship programs of the government including the Free Senior High School are up for review.
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