Who Advises Dr. Bawumia? He Has Pledged Again That Ghana Will Replace Textbooks With Laptops In SHSs This Year Meanwhile His Government Has ROBBED Teachers On Study Leave In Line With The 1teacher, 1laptop Deal. Pen Robbers In Suits – William Boadi, EAI Boss
With all due respect, I am a concerned Ghanaian and educational matters are relevant to me. The government promised to distribute laptops to all teachers including those on study leave just to facilitate proper tuition but it has gone awry.
The government hurriedly deducted money from teachers’ salaries after they promised to pay 70%. Shockingly the government coalesced the teacher unions and their pension money was used to finance it eventually according to the former minister of education, NAPO.
Pen robbers in suits!
This very government must respect the plight of the citizens. They can’t continue to play reckless games with us. Because they know that after all Most Ghanaians are okay with 2 caps of rice and beans.
Kindly Dr. Bawumia’s speech below.
The government through the Ministry of Education is preparing to replace textbooks with laptops in Senior High Schools across the country.
The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, who announced this, said textbooks and other teaching and learning materials would be installed on the laptops to be used during lessons.
Speaking at the 60th Anniversary celebration of the Hohoe Evangelical Presbyterian Senior High School, Dr. Bawumia said the initiative which would be implemented before the end of 2023.
He noted that it is aimed at preparing the students to fit into the global village.
“If this country must move forward in the right direction, we must invest in education which is the only platform for preparing nation builders for tomorrow.
“The Minister for Education has also assured me that this year, we’ll start the replacement textbooks with laptops that have textbooks embedded in Senior high Schools,” he said on Saturday.
You see, the Vice President of Ghana has no remorse. I will urge his advisers to manage him with care. He always tells lies.
- Government must pay capitation grants and arrears.
- Government must pay school feeding caterers.
- Inculcate entrepreneurship skills courses in Ghana schools to empower them to fit into the system.
- Provide and improve infrastructural deficit.
- Government must stop reckless promises. It hurts Ghanaians.
CEO of Educate Africa Institute (EAI), Educationist, Political analyst, and Socialist.
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