He introduced his free SHS policy which we all know is not free. He (President Nana Addo) knows very well the controversy he has created in the educational sector. This headless policy is ผ้าปูที่นอน 6 ฟุต สีพื้น creating a whole of problems so he has thrown in this thing to divert attention,” he said. Koku however noted that “Nana Addo wants to make J. B Danquah more popular than Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. That is what he wants to do.” Speaking on NEAT FM's morning show ‘Ghana Montie’, the Deputy Chief scribe of the largest opposition party was of a view that the presidency “want to cover up the mess they have created at the education sector with this Founders' Day celebration”. To him, the free SHS promised by the NPP is not free because parents are buying chop boxes, trunks, brooms, soaps, sponge, toiletries and other items before their wards are admitted in the various public schools. “They say it is free education. Is the trunk free? Is the chop box free? Is the mattress free?
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