Free SHS: Legislator encourages constituents to invest in their children

Free SHS: Legislator encourages constituents to invest in their children

- An MP has called on his constituents to take advantage of the Free SHS policy

- Kwasi Ameyaw-Cheremeh says the educational policy is to equip students with skills

- The Free SHS is one of government flagship programs

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Member of Parliament for Sunyani East Constituency in the Bono Region, Kwasi Ameyaw-Cheremeh, has implored parents to take advantage of the numerous educational interventions to secure a brighter future for their children.

At the inauguration of three different classroom blocks with ancillary facilities at Adidaase, Atuahenekrom, and Abesim, the MP said many opportunities abound and it is through education that societal problems can be solved. He said his desire as a politician is to ease the challenges of his people.

“There is no reason why government introduced the Free SHS than to equip our children with the skills and knowledge to become better citizens in the future. I ask that we take these interventions seriously so we reap the benefits together,” he stated.

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Free SHS: Legislator encourages constituents to invest in their children
Free SHS: Legislator encourages constituents to invest in their children (Stock Photo: Presidency.gov.gh)
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In other energy news

The International Court of Arbitration has awarded a cost of $134 million and an interest of $30 million against the Government of Ghana over the cancellation of an Emergency Power Agreement with GCGP limited.

The contract was cancelled under the former Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko as part of several other energy contracts cancelled by the NPP on the basis that the country did not need those power agreements.

The ruling by the International Court of Arbitration ordered the government to Ghana to pay to “GPGC the full value of the Early Termination Payment, together with Mobilization, Demobilization and preservation and maintenance costs in the amount of US$ 134,348,661, together also with interest thereon from 12 November 2018 until the date of payment, accruing daily and compounded monthly, at the rate of LIBOR for six-month US dollar deposits plus six percent(6%).”

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Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has said former president John Mahama was the one who fixed dumsor before exiting power in 2016. Yvonne, known for her bold political utterances, was reacting to a post she made on a tweeter in which a user apparently misunderstood her.

According to the user by the name Antaru Mashud, Yvonne fought for Akufo-Addo to come to power in 2016 only for Ghanaians to suffer. Meanwhile, shortly after Yvonne led that vigil against Mahama, she turned around to commend him for the improvement in the power supply.

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