Dr. Clement Abass Apaak, the Member of Parliament for Builsa South who doubles as the Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Select Committee is worried about recent developments within the educational sector.
Taking to his official Twitter handle, Dr. Apaak alleged that first-year senior high school students may be forced to write examinations that would not contain the usual essay or comprehension questions due to the lack of stationery.
“1st year SHS students will write their 1st-semester exams from 13th of June. Subject teachers have been told to set page/multiple-choice questions, no comprehension/essay questions due to lack of funds for stationery. It’s getting worse by the day, but will they admit the truth?” he wrote.
Earlier, Dr. Apaak indicated that the Ghc25 seed capital released for the building of the National Cathedral by the Finance Ministry was an insult to not only Ghanaians but God.
According to him, President Akufo-Addo’s decision to use State resources to execute the project was already a misplaced priority before God.
Speaking to A1radioonline.com, the MP explained that it would not have been a call for worry if President Akufo-Addo was using his personal resources to build such a cathedral.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana