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Education Minister Designate Undergoes Vetting


Hon. Dr. Matthew Opoku-Prempeh, Education Minister designate, has said his Government is committed to ensure that reforms initiated by the previous Government is seen through at the Council for Technical and Vocational Education Training (COTVET).

He said this during a vetting process by the Appointment Committee at Parliament after his appointment by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo -Addo.

The Manhyia South Member of Parliament emphasized Government’s commitment to continue with uncompleted projects by the previous government, this, he said, is entrenched in the 1992 Constitution of Ghana.

Some of the E-blocks, according to him, will be transformed into technical Senior High Schools, dormitories and other facilities would also be considered to expand access.

The Government will promote the teaching and learning of technical and vocational education in the country.


Community Libraries would also be established across the country to aid children develop reading and learning habit which has dwindled.


Dr. Opoku Prempeh cautioned that school feeding should not be treated as a political tool because it is essential for the wellbeing of children and this would be expanded if the need arises.


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