Communications team member for the National Democratic Congres (NDC), Dela Edem has categorically stated that Ghana's educational system will go down the drain should the Pre-Tertiary bill be accepted and approved by parliament.
"The educational system of Ghana will go down the drain should the pre-tertiary bill be accepted by parliament."
He said, district assemblies for years in this country have not been able to manage itself for a better common assemblies, therefore how can it manage a whole Pre-Tertiary education system as the incoming bill states.
The trained teacher, Dela Edem argued that the ruling government is not taking the right path in dealing with educational issues，just to satisfy its political gains which will affect the nation soon.
"Stakeholder consultations should have been held amongst educational parties involved before a final decision be taken to parliament for approval."
In addition, he asserted on UTV's 'Adekye Nsroma' newspaper discussion programme that "I say with all confidence as a teacher that it will be very difficult for district assemblies to manage the Pre-Tertiary aspect of our education in this country"
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