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The government has decided to change the duration of senior high school (SHS) from four to three years, effective this academic year.
I heard our dear President Atta Mills on Joyfm addressing the chiefs and people of Tain telling them how the debt his predecessor incurred is preventing him from delivering on his campaign promises. I was surprised because I have heard the same complain from the President when he addressed the Chiefs and people of Goaso. The central theme of his tour of the Western/Brong Ahafo regions was Kuffour incurred debt so we are unable to deliver the promises we made to Ghanaians. Adom FM also reported that the Vice President on his trip to Volta Region during the weekend also made a similar statement telling Voltarians that the debt incurred by the former administration is hampering his governement effort to deliver.
Accra, Aug 3, Ghanadot – Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG), a political pressure group, is hitting the streets of Accra tomorrow to protest against the depreciating living conditions of Ghanaians. The group said it wanted to draw attention to what it called President Mills’ “arrogant determination not to listen to the concerns of Ghanaians.”
The Alliance for Accountable Governance has lashed out the government, accusing it of responsibility for what it said is the worsening plight of Ghanaians.
Pollster and Editor of the Daily Dispatch newspaper, Ben Ephson Jnr., says a comment by ex-President J.A. Kufuor asking New Patriotic Party followers to unite in search of electoral victory could hurt the party rather.