Nana Kwame Nyarko Sarkodie
Nana Kwame Nyarko Sarkodie, a member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ashanti Region, has passionately appealed to President Akufo-Addo to protect the free Senior High School (SHS) with a law.
He stated that the free SHS programme is the best social intervention policy in the history of the country.
Nana Nyarko Sarkodie, who is an astute businessman and financier of the NPP, warned that the free SHS programme would be scrapped if the National Democratic Congress (NDC) recaptures political power in future.
According to him, the NPP’s decision to introduce four-year SHS some years ago clearly enabled many students to pass their examinations, yet the NDC, who are nation-wreckers, infamously scrapped the policy.
Nana Nyarko Sarkodie warned that “if the free SHS policy is not protected by law, definitely one day, the NDC, who have a record of destroying all the good policies of the NPP, will scrap this positive social intervention policy too.”
He strongly condemned the politicization of the education system in the country, cautioning politicians, especially NDC members, to refrain from destroying Ghana’s education system with their “cheap politics.”
The free SHS policy is the best for the country, as it has the tendency of eroding ignorance in the country and enhancing the future of Ghana, yet the NDC is fighting this laudable policy,” according to him.
Nana Nyarko Sarkodie stated that the proper education of the country’s youth would ensure the effective development of the country in future.
He congratulated President Akufo-Addo for his achievements and fulfilling his campaign promises within just 10 months in office, urging the people to solidly support the NPP administration.
Nana Nyarko Sarkodie stated that the NPP has competent, knowledgeable, hard working, visionary and patriotic men and women, who have the interest of the country at heart.
He stated categorically that the Akufo-Addo administration would gradually deal with mess created by the incompetent NDC administration during its eight-year tenure.
From I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi