Take Advantage Of Gov’t Free SHS Policy-Ga East MCE Tells Students As She, MP Commission School Blocks
By Alex Boye
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) Officer of the Ga East municipality in the Greater Accra Region, Janet Tulasi Mensah, has advised the youth to learn hard to help them benefit from government’s free senior high school policy.
According to the MCE, the only way the youth could achieve their future dreams was through higher education and therefore pleaded with the youth to embrace the free SHS policy.
The MCE made this appeal when she and the Member of Parliament for the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency, Sara Adjoa Sarfo commissioned number of school blocks within the municipality last Wednesday.
“You are the future leaders of the country and I therefore want you to take your studies serious to benefit from the free SHS policy to help you face your future tasks,” she told the students.
The free SHS policy, Mrs. Tulasi Mensah MCE said, is a great policy that would go a long way to improve Ghana’s educational system.
The MCE and MP commissioned school blocks at the Taifa Cluster of schools, Abokobi Presby school, Ashongman Presby School, dome M/A school and the Kwabenya basic school during the day.
Commissioning of the school blocks, the MCE said formed part of the assembly’s plans to improving quality education in the area.
The MCE announced the assembly’s preparedness in ensuring that quality education reached every community within the municipality.
On her part, the Dome-Kwabenya MP called on the students to take their studies seriously to help them benefit from the numerous initiatives by the government.
Ms. Adjoa Sarfo announced that numerous projects are currently underway in most of the schools in the area for the betterment of education in the country.
The Paramount Chief of the Kwabenya-Musuku Traditional Area, Nii Mensah Dzanyogo I in an interview, congratulated the government for its efforts at enhancing quality education in the country.