Commenting on the government’s free SHS policy on PeaceFM‘s “Kokrokoo” programme Wednesday, the seasoned journalist was pleased with the work done by the President and his government in ensuring that every school child gains free education at the Senior High School level.
Though the opposition National Democratic Congress has raised certain concerns about the free SHS policy, Kweku Baako is optimistic “if they handle it well, (Kwame) it’s even possible to get grants and some support from external sources“.
He further believed the implementation of the policy will help reap in huge revenues for the country.
“It’s possible internally also to generate extra revenue for this. It’s a matter of being focused, committed and dedicated to the cause“.
Kweku Baako couldn’t hide his delight as he stated categorically that he can “an Nkrumah in Akufo-Addo…The Nkrumahist in him has come to the fore”.
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