October 1, 2018
Ranking member on the Education Committee, Peter Nortsu-Kotoe has said the committee would be visiting various abandoned e-block started by the previous government.

Before President Mahama left office out of the two hundred 200 promised senior high school blocks, fifty were completed before 2016.

In an interview the ranking member on education pointed out that one of the problems with Ghana is when a government hands over power to another not of the same political persuasion, “we turn to abandon whatever project whether good or bad” he lamented.

He gave an example of a World Bank project that was started by former President Mahama and completed in Ofankor, but no student has been allocated to occupy it yet.

“I would ask the Minister of Education a question on this when the House return from recess on the 30th of October 2018”, he said.

He further said the committee would report back to the Speaker on their visit to the various location where there are e-blocks started and not completed and pointed out that the Ghana Education Trust funds  (GETFund) would make funds available, for that purpose.

Those uncompleted E-blocks are for mother Ghana, they do not belong to Mahama so if somebody have started a project which would benefit us all, why don’t you improve on all these facilities and put them to use? He queried.

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/ghanamps.com