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I’ll fix free SHS, NHIS policies – Mahama

John Dramani Mahama, Former President and National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer candidate

John Dramani Mahama, Former President and National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer candidate has pledged to fix the problematic aspects of the Free SHS policy and the National Health Insurance Scheme if elected president in the upcoming 2024 elections.

During his campaign tour in Kongo, in the Nabdam District of the Upper East Region, he explained that the need for a review stemmed from the fact that the Free SHS policy’s implementation had produced a number of difficulties that had a detrimental effect on the standard of instruction in senior high schools.

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According to him, by reviewing and improving these policies, Ghanaians’ plight will be alleviated.

“Free SHS is not working properly, the benefit it is supposed to give the parents, they are not getting. I can tell you today that the money we are spending on our children to go to school is far more than when we used to pay school fees.”

He also promised to address these issues and end the problems associated with both the Free SHS policy and the NHIS.

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“We are going to repair the free SHS and make it better and create the situation when where school reopens, all the children will go together and when they vacate they all come home together.”

The former President reiterated his call for the Health Minister to resign over the collapse of the NHIS.

Source: Gharticles.com

 

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