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Abronye reveals students who couldn't go to school during the time of Nana Addo and that of Mahama.

Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo started preaching about Free Shs around 2008 and people didn't listen to him. He lost two elections; one with Late President Fiifi Atta Mills: Secondly, was with John Dramani Mahama. He didn't give until the third election came in 2016. He still talked about Free shs policy and some people even stood against it that it was a lie.

But all the same, Nana was able to touch the heart of most Ghanaians and they voted for him. He entered office in 2017 and as soon as he came into power with Dr Bawumia as vice president, they implemented the Free shs policy. But still, people are talking about it that it is not helping in some way and especially, Mahama and running mate, Naana Opoku Jane.

Recently on Wontumi TV, Abronye talked about this issue where he brought statistics to show that indeed, Free shs policy has helped parents and students as well. This is what he revealed on Wontumi TV.

According to him, looking at the number of students who couldn't go to school during the time of Mahama, it means that students really suffered in the time of Mahama. He continued that, though there are still students who have not been in school in Nana Addo's time but that of Mahama goes far beyond that.

Here is the enrollment trend that he presented.

This statistics up there shows obviously that free shs policy has really helped students. That is, most of them have been able to continue in the shs since it is free. He therefore concluded that, Ghanaians should continue and vote for Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo so that he continue his good works.

This is what was revealed by Abronye. Please like, share and follow to stay in touch for more of these stories. Thank You.

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