- Photos of newly constructed buildings intended to eliminate the double track system associated with the Free SHS programme have surfaced online
- This follows an assurance by President Akufo-Addo that over 900 of such structures would be built
- He also indicated that over 1000 vehicles would be distributed to various Senior High Schools across the country
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Photos of newly constructed buildings meant to ease to ease the pressure associated with the double track system have surfaced online.
YEN.com.gh understands that hundreds of such structures have been completed and others are at various stages of completion.
The motive behind the construction, per a report by pulse.com.gh, is to ease the double track system being practiced in Senior High Schools.
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Some of the completed structures have units such as classrooms, dining halls, assembly halls, sanitary facilities and dormitories.
As part of an earlier announcement by President Akufo-Addo, over 900 structures would be constructed in SHSs across the country.
This, he explained, would address challenges with infrastructure following the increase in enrollment after the Free SHS programme was implemented.
According to him, the government would also provide 1190 vehicles, which would be made up of 350 buses and 840 pickups to be distributed to schools in various areas in the country.
In other news, Nigerian singer, songwriter and entrepreneur, Oluwatosin Ajibade, has shared a photo of himself and his barber.
Ajibade, better known as Mr. Eazi, has shared a photo of himself and his barber, who was spotted wearing a suit and a tie.
In the photo, Mr. Eazi is seen seated with a blue apron across his chest area and wearing sunshades.
The barber, also wore a brown apron, a white shirt, a blue vest and a blue tie to match.
His post has attracted several comments from social media users: Information available suggests that Mr. Eazi is the pioneer of the Banku music, which is a blend of Ghanaian highlife and Nigerian chord progressions and patterns.
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