Education Minister Brilliantly Derides Clement Apaak For Saying He Will Vote Against The 2022 Budget
Member of Parliament for the Builsa South constituency, Clement Appak, who is also the deputy ranking member of the Education Committee in Parliament boldly declared in Parliament that he will vote against the 2022 budget. He revealed that he was told by his constituents not to vote in favour of the budget, otherwise, he will have to sleep in Accra and not return to his hometown.
If Cabinet Suspended for COVID-19 Infections, why not Close Down Schools for same Reasons? -Dr Apaak
“Now that we know the pandemic is present on our campuses, why are we keeping the students there? If Cabinet can be suspended two weeks in a roll because there is a suspicion that the virus is present among higher government officials which we know. “We know about the Minister for Education, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Regional Re-organization, we are even told that the President himself is in self-isolation for fourteen days. Why are we saying that the children should be in school when their
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) might cancel some of the papers that have been leaked. This will come as bad news for some students who have learnt and wrote the paper even when they did not see the leaked paper A lot of people are calling on the council to cancel after some of the papers were leaked and were circulating all over social media. Dr. Kwaku member of Parliament on the Education Committee has indeed confirm that the papers have been leaked. He expects WAEC to cancel the papers and save
On the 28th of January 2020, a new Universities Draft Bill was proposed in parliament by the Ministry of Education, presented by Hon. Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh. Explaining the rationale behind the policy, the minister of education, in–charge of tertiary education explained that the bill is to; provide the procedure for the establishment of public universities, principles of management of public universities, the procedure for financing Public universities and administration and supervision of the activiti
Member of the Education Committee, William Agyapong Quaito, this afternoon throws light on what transpired yesterday in the parliament as far as the Public Universities Bill is concerned. Addressing the media, Mr William Quaito, reiterates the fact that the Public Universities Bill was not passed yesterday during the session held by the parliament. Mr William Quaito indicates in his address that the parliament actually triggered yesterday only a second reading of the bill and subsequently submitted it to the