It is plain evil to increase school fees after COVID-19 – IMANI CEO


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The Chief Executive Officer of IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, Mr Franklin Cudjoe has appealed to the government to not reduce only tertiary institution school fees but also private primary and secondary schools.

The IMANI CEO concerns follow the impact of the locally transmitted coronavirus on the country’s economy and financial status of some parents.

It is currently unclear if the Government of Ghana (GoG) will at a later date announce a reduction of school fees.

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Mr Franklin Cudjoe on social media petitioned that “not only must tertiary fees fall, but Private Primary and Secondary fees must also fall too. Some of the latter is just plain evil- in the face of a pandemic! Ah!”.


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