EducationGhana, September 2, Food Shortages: The Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum has said that the headmaster of the Presbyterian Boys Senior High School (PRESEC) in Legon has denied claims of food shortages in the school.
The Minister paid an unannounced visit to the school on Wednesday night, September 1, 2021, to familiarise with activities ongoing at the school.
The Minister made this revelation 0n his Facebook page on September 1, 2021.
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”Today, I paid a surprise visit to the Presbyterian Boys Senior High School (PRESEC) in Legon, to interact with the students, some members of staff and the headmaster.” He said.
The Minister also used the opportunity to interact with the first-year students during their preps where he taught them mathematics.
”It was fun spending time with the first-year students of the school during their evening prep. My unannounced visit to the school gave rare opportunity to assess how their evening studies are organised. ”
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”In one of the classes, we studied mathematics together. ”
”The students and the headmaster denied claims making rounds in some sections of the media that Presec was experiencing food shortages. It was a pleasant surprise visit and I had a wonderful time at one of the finest Senior High Schools in the country.” He concluded.
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