The African Foundation for Educational Development (AFFED) has accused the National Council of Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) of contributing woefully to the falling standards in Ghana’s Education System. In a statement issued by AfFED on the 9th of September 2021, and signed by its Executive Director, Kwame Adade, the Education Think Tank said the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment has failed woefully in its core mandate and mission to raise the quality of education at the Pre- tertiary level in Ghana.
Kwame Adade, Born in the UK later came back to Ghana where he went to Dodowa boarding school in Greater Accra. After that went to the UK where he has been all his life, over there he became an IT specialist in the family company. The family is made up of five people. With the interview with the YouTuber, WODE MAYA, he said the UK was getting boring for him so he moved to Ghana to join his Father where the father unfortunately passed away. After the death of his father he took over the Fish Farming business he