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Politics - October 8, 2020

Ghana’s free education will start from crèche if I’m President – Osofo Kyiri Abosom pledges

Christian Kwabena Andrews, popularly known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom, the standard bearer of the Ghana United Movement (GUM), promised that if he wins the December poll, Extend free education to nurseries.

The pastor and politician explained in a news briefing on Wednesday that basic education is the most critical stage of learning in an individual’s life, but due to the poor living conditions in the country, most children miss preschool and go to kindergarten.

He believes that if voters authorize him to be the leader of state affairs, this will be corrected under his rule.

“When a child is born, the child is for the country, not just his parents. Therefore, we hope to provide all children with equal rights in all systems that the state can provide.

“This is because sometimes children can be a valuable asset to the country, but because no one takes care of children, because children belong to poor families, the country cannot benefit from the human resources provided children. Therefore, we need to take care of our children so that we can Fully benefit from them.” He said.

In the interview, Osofo Kyiri Abosom praised the free SHS policy proposed President Akufo-Addo, but he believes that the implementation of the dual-track policy needs to be studied again.

According to him, “the parents spent more money in the three months at home in the ward than they paid.”

Therefore, he proposed to abolish the dual-track system and added that Ghana, under its administration as the country’s president, will witness the implementation of the revised free SHS policy.

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