The Member of Parliament for Sagnarigu, Alhassan Bashir Fuseini popularly, known A.B.A Fuseini, in his attempt to condemn the purchase of past questions for final year SHS students, has likened it to the caption that the NPP has purchased ambulances. According to him, when they drive the ambulances, do they drive them to the bank?
A.B.A Fuseini made this comparison as a panelist on 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa TV today, 16th July 2021, when he suggested that government should have purchased textbooks for students instead of buying past questions.
According to him, the government could have channeled that money into buying textbooks. He said that we even have children sitting on blocks at schools while learning.
"So, if the government has over 34 million Ghana cedis, should they go and buy past questions? It's like the same caption that came that they've bought ambulances. When you drive the ambulances, do you drive the ambulances to the bank? You drive it to the hospitals, and you haven't built a single hospital. A leg that is fatter than the thigh is a malfunctioning leg. It's not correct. An ambulance cannot be bigger than a hospital. It's the same way they are comparing past questions to classroom blocks and textbooks."
He asked that don't we learn before we go for exams? We don't even have the textbooks to go and learn, but they are buying past questions.
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