Some Ghanaians have expressed their anger at the decision of the government to send teachers to work in neighbouring countries.
This was after the minister of education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, disclosed that plans are in place to embark on the project.
Interacting with the media, he added that the move is part of an agenda to create employment for many of the country’s youth with the requisite qualification for teaching.
Dr. Prempeh explained that Ghana stands to benefit from Francophone countries who are willing to exchange French tutors for English teachers, should the proposal work out.
This did not go down well with some social media users who expressed their opinions on the matter:
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