The Minister of Education, Honorable Yaw Osei Adutwum, made an appearance before the Parliament today. An excerpt of his speech has received massive reactions from Ghanaians. The Minister of Education announced that the government spent a colossal amount of 33,641,043 Ghana cedi to purchase 568788 WASSCE past questions for the 2020 batch of students ahead of their WASSCE exams.
He also revealed that the government has also procured 446954 past questions for this current WASSCE 2021 batch at a unit price of 78 Ghana cedi. Reacting to this post, Elikem Kotoko questioned Ghanaians if they are proud to be a member of Ghana during this Nana Addo led administration. See the post.
It is worth noting that students over relied on this past question thinking it was some sort of "apor". Thus, they were very disappointed when none of the past questions appeared in their exams. That notwithstanding, the year 2020 recorded the highest number of passes in core subjects.
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