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President Akufo-Addo has conceded that it has not been easy funding the free SHS programme.
“I know it hasn’t been an easy matter for the nation finding the resources and the determination to do it [Free SHS], but I believe that if for nothing, my period of the stage of Ghana should be identified with ensuring that every Ghanaian child, no matter the circumstances of their birth, no matter where they live in our country, has access to a minimum of secondary school education to be able to prepare them to live in this 21st century.”

However, President Akufo-Addo said he is not giving up due to the challenge in financing the programme.

A Kumasi High Court has thrown out an injunction application case seeking to prevent the management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) from converting two male halls of residence of the University into a mixed one.
The presiding judge, Justice Samuel Obeng Diawuo, said that the applications came after the University had allocated accommodation to students who had admissions.

The 1997 Year Group of the St. Rose’s Senior High School Old Students Association (ROSA) on Saturday June 30, 2018 presented 116 wardrobe units valued at GHS27,600.00 to their alma mater in Akwatia.

An Accra Circuit Court on Wednesday convicted a self-styled mechanic who used forged documents to apply for internship at the 37 Military Hospital.

Denis Yalhaness Kwaku Ray was charged with forging documents of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), possessing as altered documents.

He denied forging the documents but admitted possessing them.

A leading member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko has said that the Free Senior High School (SHS) programme will remain free for all despite suggestions that the policy should target the poor and vulnerable.
In a tweet, Mr Otchere-Darko said that even though the debate over the free SHS is healthy the policy will remain free as it started.

“NPP was elected on a platform of free SHS for all and that’s what it is and will be. The debate over means testing will, nevertheless, continue and should continue. Healthy.”