Deputy Minister for Education, Hon John Ntim Fordjour says he is confident that the second batch of free SHS students currently sitting for the ongoing 2021 WASSCE for School will pass the examination with distinction.
Rev. John Ntim said this when he visited some Senior High Schools (SHSs) including his alma mater, Assin Manso Senio High School to encourage the prospective candidates partaking the ongoing international examination.
During his visit at the Nyankumase Ahenkro Senior High School on Wednesday, the Deputy Education Minister and Assin South Member of Parliament (MP) explained to the final year students the functions of the Legislature.
He also spend time at the Chemistry Laboratory with Agric students of Assin Nsuta Senior High School and interacted with final year students of Adankwaman Senior High Schooland Aburaman Senior High School.
“I particularly noticed the poise of students to deliver quality passes, commensurate with the quality investment and quality teaching availed to them,” Mr John Ntim Fordjour stated in a post sighted by EducationWeb.com.gh.
The Reverend Minister said investment the Akufo-Addo led NPP government has put into the flagship free Senior High School (Free SHS) policy indicates beneficiaries of the popular program would have a bright future.
“Indeed Ghanaian students are better positioned for a brighter future with the worthy investment put into the flagship Free SHS policy,” the Deputy Minister for Education noted.