Once again, the debate on the need to review free Senior High School has come to the front burner. Unfortunately, while independent minds present the case for the need to review the policy by allowing room for payments to be made by those who can afford, party fanatics continue to hold the policy as the … Continue reading PUT AWAY PARTISAN INTEREST AND REVIEW FREE SHS →
I must first establish that this piece is no way linked to any recent happenings, the reason for which it stayed away from being specific on any instances of ‘ex gratia’ payments made to any specific individuals. I will pick two definitions for the term ex gratia which has become a term we visit as … Continue reading ON THE SUBJECT OF EX GRATIA: IS OUR CASE IN GHANA REALLY EX GRATIA? →
The Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta had on Thursday 25th March, 2022, addressed the nation as was much anticipated following the announced cabinet emergency retreat at the Peduase Lodge which ended days earlier. The outcome of the deliberations at the retreat were made known to the people through the press briefing undertaken by the Finance Minister. … Continue reading AFTER THE FINANCE MINISTER HAD ANNOUNCED MEASURES TO ‘SALVATION’ →
The past days have brought about renewed discussions on the way forward for the management of the Ghanaian economy in the face of global and locally-generated challenges. Some of the suggestions have centered around the need to review the Free Senior High School policy implementation which began in 2017. Others have called for the cancellation … Continue reading ARE WE BACK TO WHERE WE WERE IN 2016: AND WHO WOULD HAVE BENEFITED? →
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