- Shatta Wale has questioned Akufo-Addo’s Free SHS policy
- He said the double-track system is confusing and till now he doesn’t even understand how it operates
- Shatta Wale added that politicians are confusing Ghanaians and things must be made clear for everyone
- He had earlier said Ghana is tired of both NDC and NPP, and thus, a new government is needed
Controversial Ghanaian musician, Shatta Wale, has questioned the Free SHS double-track system.
According to him, the system is very confusing adding that “When I was in secondary school, it was not like this back then.”
The musician said he does not understand the whole system, and was of the view that it would not help the students.
“Gone are the days when you can easily know the ministers we have in the country. Now go on the streets and people don’t know them anymore. The politicians are only confusing us,” Shatta Wale remarked.
Shatta Wale made these remarks in an interview he had with Metro TV’s Paul Adom-Okyere recently.
The host asked if Shatta Wale would like to receive first-hand education from the minister of education about the double-track system.
He responded: “Even if he explains to me, it won’t work. I don’t understand anything.”
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale had earlier spoken on the happenings in Ghana and said the country needs a new government rather than the NDC and NPP.
According to him, both governments have failed the people and there is a need for change.
Shatta Wale had in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh expressed disappointment in Akufo-Addo for not living up to expectation.
He explained why the youth, in particular, are especially disgruntled in the president.
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