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Opinion: Education sector ‘ chop chop’ led to double track – TEIN UCC communication officer 

source: Samule Ayeh

The communication officer of TEIN UCC,  Samuel Ayeh has asserted that rots in the education sector has led to second cycle institutions being plunged into the double tract system for far so long. Speaking and contributing to a panel discussion on cape coast based radio station ATL FM 100.5 on Thursday 17th October 2019 , the NDC firebrand communicator accused the education sector and the government of unprecedented corruption regarding how allocated funds are being used
”What we are simply missing regarding the troubled double track is that, the sufficient amount of money’s earmarked for the sector has been siphoned through corruption.

Samuel Ayeh
Samuel Ayeh

The Npp government is the most resourced government as a result of excessive taxation of the citizens of Ghana”,he said
The TEIN UCC communication officer continued by saying that even due to pragmatic measures put in place by the erstwhile John Mahama administration to increase revenue from crude oil by increase the number of barrels produced per day, the country is estimated to accrue about 12 billion Cedis by the end of the year and it is more that enough to assuage the plight of the students in the the second cycle schools.

Samuel Ayeh ended by saying that the JDM administration if given the nod come 2021 will outline steps and effect processes to end the double tract because NDC has a track record of expanding the infrastructural base of our secondary schools.



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