Fixthecountry: Bawumia lists what’s mounted in training sector


The Vice-President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia following a fixthecountry marketing campaign by some Ghanaians significantly the NDC, has outlined some issues which have been solved within the training sector.

posted on social media, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia mentioned President Nana Akufo-Addo in his second time period authorities is dedicated to fixing issues regardless that it’s simply 4 months in his four-year time period of workplace.

He nonetheless attributed the excessive value of dwelling within the nation to the outbreak of the worldwide pandemic saying “covid-19 has slowed down the worldwide economic system and induced will increase in costs of commodities similar to cement”

Indicating what has been mounted for the reason that New Patriotic Social gathering (NPP) assumed energy in 2017, towards the fixthecountry marketing campaign, Dr Bawumia said;

1. The federal government solved graduate unemployment by introducing the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) to make use of 100,000 graduates.

2. The NPP authorities absorbed registration charges of candidates who had problem in paying their BECE and WASSCE charges.

3. Akufo-Addo restored the canceled trainer and nursing trainee allowance by the rapid previous John Mahama-led NDC authorities.

4. President Akufo-Addo solved mum or dad’s issues of paying college charges by implementing the 4-year-old common Free SHS coverage and free TVET.

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5. Final however not the least, the federal government has offered free Wi-Fi in all 722 Senior Excessive Colleges, 46 public Faculty of Schooling and 260 district training workplaces together with 13 public universities within the nation.


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