Education Minister, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, has said that pictures of the president and the Minister in charge of Education must fixed in the offices of all headmasters in the country. He stated in an interview with Dzifa Bampoh on the First Take show on 3FM Thursday April 22 that this will enable the students and pupils across the country familiarize themselves with the faces of the sector minister and the President. Dr Adutwum explained that when he was the Deputy Minister o fEducation, he toured some schools in the country and interacted with the students.
The students, he said, were so fascinated and overly excited for coming into direct contact with him. Sharing his experience as Deputy Minister in President Akufo-Addo's first term, the Bosomtwe law maker told Dzifa that “I just want to first of all thank God for this opportunity and thank the president for the confidence reposed in me to put me in this unique situation to be able to spearhead the attainment of his vision for education transformation in Ghana.
“Four years was great, it was exciting time for me, very busy schedule visiting classrooms unannounced and teaching some classes. It was exciting that you could interact with the children, you see the joy in their faces when they get to know at that time, the deputy minister for education and then you had to explain to them. Because when you enter the campus, invariably you don’t see the picture of the president, something that I am going to be working on, at least in the headmaster’s office the picture of the Minister for Education is not there.
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