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Which ever party wins power must guarantee free tertiary instruction – Ayariga


The All People’s Congress Founder, Hassan Ayariga, says it is basic that whichever gathering wins the 2020 political race sets up free tertiary training strategy.

Addressing Citi News, he said the nation expected to expand on the increases of the Free Secondary Education strategy began by the Akufo-Addo organization.

“The following government, regardless of whether APC or whichever government should proceed with free tertiary instruction,” he pushed.

Despite the fact that ideological groups are yet to deliver their manifestoes, there is no sign that it is on any plan outside the APC’s.

In any case, Mr. Ayariga says it would be a catastrophe if tertiary training was not made free.

“On the off chance that we start free training in the Senior High Schools and we stop there, it will be heartbreaking on the off chance that they don’t get tertiary instruction to proceed. On the off chance that you get free SHS and you come to tertiary however you don’t have the cash to pay, you return home and plunk down. It is something very similar,” he clarified.

Undoubtedly, he said his gathering would have no trouble satisfying this guarantee on the off chance that it won force.

The APC organizer contended that the current government could, for instance, make reserve funds by chopping down the size of its legislature, the quantity of authentic vehicles utilized just as chopping down misfortunes from defilement.

“We have enough assets to pay with the expectation of complimentary tertiary training. We have common assets, we have charges… If we cut down on defilement, we will have enough cash to do free tertiary training and numerous different things,” Mr. Ayariga said.


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