Government Calls Crunch Meeting To Reconsider Double Track School System
The government of Ghana this week made public it plans to implement a double track system at the senior high school level. This plan, the government says will help to curtail the impending problems the free senior high policy will bring in terms of the numbers of students going to school this September.
Great public outcry and backlash from some key stakeholders and the opposition National Democratic Congress has caused the government to reconsider its decision. The government has called a crunch meeting to reconsider this decision.
The minister of information who spike to us stated the government is going into this meeting because they NDC has threatened them with curses and bad name. He also added that students desire to spend more time with their boyfriends in school and get a lot more ‘chobo’ from their parents has caused the government to call for this crunch meeting.
The minister concluded that whatever decision they take, either good or bad, they will make sure Kennedy Agyepong is given the mandate to put it out. They are sure that will make most people quite to fight it as most people will be afraid to challenge the watcher of the watchman member of parliament.