A communication team member of the NPP, Adam Sabo Abdul-Rahman, has indicated that some of them are in a hurry for their children to get to SHS to enjoy some of the free SHS policy because they don't trust the NDC to keep it running.
Adam sabo made this statement on 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa television today when he gave his opinion on the purchase of past questions for SHS final year students by the government.
According to him, there is the likelihood that NDC will come and remove the free SHS, but they should wait and allow his children to enjoy some of the free SHS before they can remove it.
"Some of us are in a hurry for our children to get to senior high school before anything happens to this free SHS because we don't know the future of the free SHS. The way these people have been speaking, we don't trust them. I remember once upon a time, there were teacher allowances, and these people came and remove them."
He added that today government has decided to absorbed parents buying past questions for their children. And as a nation, we are seeing something wrong with it and are even keeping the minister of education so busy on it while there are other important issues that he needs to tackle.
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