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Government to Repaint Public Basic Schools in Blue and White, Introduces New Uniforms

The Minister of Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has announced a government initiative to repaint all public basic schools from their current brown and yellow colors to blue and white. This move is part of a rebranding strategy aimed at enhancing the aesthetics of these educational institutions.

During a forum titled “The Free SHS Story” in Accra on Tuesday, April 23, 2024, Dr. Adutwum disclosed that the government is committed to revitalizing basic education in the country and making it more appealing. He emphasized that this initiative is just one of many aimed at transforming Ghana’s educational sector.

“We are switching to blue and white. We are painting all the schools to give them an attractive outlook. This is the transformation Ghana deserves and it is coming,” the minister stated.

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In addition to repainting, the minister announced that the brown and yellow uniforms currently worn by students would be replaced. He highlighted that these changes are part of the government’s efforts to demonstrate that its focus is not solely on secondary education.

“We are changing the uniforms of public basic schools in the country. The yellow and brown that you see now, you will see no more. Reformation is coming to a community near you, and you will see it,” Dr. Adutwum added.

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