Government has not abandoned any E-block project -Deputy Minister of Education


The Deputy Minister of education, hon. Yaw Adu Twum has refuted allegations by the former President, John Mahama that the present government had abandoned E-block projects started by the Mahama-led administration.

He said projects that were started by the NDC government when they were in office have not been abandoned as they have suggested.

According to him, they would not have completed 33 E- Blocks they left behind when they started the E Block projects.

He commended the former president for taking a good initiative for building schools when he was in power.

Addressing the media at a press conference in Accra, he said is not right for the former president to come out to comment about projects that he suggesting it has been abandoned.

He said since the government came to power they have completed 25 school projects.

He also commented on the scraping of the double-track by Mahama, he said double track is the engine of the free senior high school and they have 804 buildings under construction and the double track is helping solve challenges with access.

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He was responded to the cancellation of teacher licensure examination Mahama made during his Facebook address to Ghanaians which he said

The Deputy Minister said Mahama made it understand in 2016 in his budget he was going to parrot teacher licenses and listed some of the areas he was going to do that.

He said the government needed to continue the teacher licenses Mahama initiated when he was in office and they needed to continue because it is a good thing.

By: Prince Baffour Asamoah

Source: AnfrebeatsNews

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