The Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service says the allegation of corruption made against two Deputy Chiefs of Staff, Messers Francis Asenso-Okyere and Samuel Abu Jinapor, by Kwame Asare Obeng, known in showbiz circles as A Plus, is “ baseless, unsubstantiated and without credibility,” according to a letter signed by the Commissioner of Police, Bright Oduro.
Following the successful take off of the free Senior High School policy by the Akufo-Addo led government, many international bodies, including the African Union, have commended the government for the initiative, describing it as a sure way of guaranteeing the future development of the country.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, yesterday, launched the free Senior High School policy with a call on Ghanaians to fully support it.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has appealed for the support of Members of the Ghana Bar Association to help guarantee the success of the ‘battles’ against corruption and the galamsey phenomenon, which he described as two of the most important challenges facing Ghana.
Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Minister for Education, yesterday gave the assurance that the over 150,000, out of a total of about 460,941 candidates who passed the recent Basic Education Certificate Examination, and were not captured in the initial placements into senior high schools, would get placements into schools where vacancies exist.