You laid the foundation to crucify Jesus - Ghanaian replies Mahama on free SHS

You laid the foundation to crucify Jesus - Ghanaian replies Mahama on free SHS

- Mahama has revealed that he started the Free SHS programme but with the intention of just enrolling day students

- He said he started the Free SHS with day students in mind

- Ghanaians have however shared their thoughts on his comments

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Former President John Dramani Mahama has revealed that he started the Free SHS programme but with the intention of just enrolling day students.

Speaking at Sienchem in the Asutifi South Constituency, during his speakout tour, he said, “Free SHS is good. If anyone stands anywhere and says that I, John Mahama, will cancel Free SHS tell the person he or she is a liar,” adding, “I haven’t said anywhere that when we come to power we are going to cancel the policy. We started it with day students and we were going to expand it when, unfortunately, we left office.”

In a Native post created by YEN.com.gh, Ghanaians have shared their views

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Social media users have as usual shared their thoughts on the comment made by the former president.

Mohammed said only good people understand JM.

Jayso quizzed why he didn't start it and waited for another government to come.

Alhaji was surprised politicians always have something different to say.

Abu asked if he wanted Ghanaians to believe him.

Prinbelievedce sarcastically said Mahama laid the foundation for the crucifixion of Jesus.

Enos said Mahama beleived Ghanaians had a short memory.

Kwame asked why Mahama left the idea at the Jubilee house.

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In other news, TV3's broadcast journalist Edward Kwabi has died.

According to a reliable news source, he passed away last night, March 2, 2020, after battling illness for some time. He has been unwell since September 2019.

A product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Kwabi joined TV3 in 2009 and rose through the ranks to become the station’s Head of Political Desk.

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