April 12, 2024

Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Committee of Parliament, Dr. Clement Apaak, has reacted to the latest documentary produced by JoyNews, which highlights the challenges confronting the free senior school policy, particularly on feeding.

The legislator noted that what the documentary had captured is something known to parents, students, and other stakeholders in the education sector.

He stated that the only difference here is that the media house, which is a private firm, has put out evidence that the government can no longer deny.

He said the government had consistently denied these challenges, but the latest documentary has affirmed the challenges that stakeholders had complained about several times.

In a statement, he said persons who had raised concerns over these challenges have been called names.

However, the latest documentary has vindicated those who raised these issuessome timee ago.

Read the full statement below

FSHS food wahala – The truth can never be hidden forever. What JoyNews has documented is already known to parents, students, masters, heads as well as stakeholders in the education sector.

The difference is that JoyNews as an independent entity has put the evidence together from different schools in a format that will be difficult for government to deny and or dismiss this time.

Those of us who have been speaking to this and other FSHS implementation challenges have been called names. Well, the truth has vindicated us. I can’t wait to see the public reaction after the documentary is aired.

Empty Plate: The Free SHS Promised is an upcoming JoyNews expose on the feeding crisis that’s bedevilled the implementation of the policy at various schools. It will be airing soon on JoyNews. #JoyNews

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