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Togbe Afede Endorses Akufo Addo’s Free SHS Policy


Photo Reporting: Togbe Afede & Nana Akufo-AddoTogbe Afede Endorses Akufo Addo’s Free SHS Policy

The Agbogbomefia of the Asogli State, Togbe Afede XIV, has described the New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer, Nana Addo Dankw Akufo-Addo’s free senior high school policy as impressive and a message of hope.

Togbe Afede said, “We are impressed by your commitment to make basic education free up to senior high school.”

He added that the move would bring prosperity and opportunities to the masses and not the privileged few.

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He also commended Nana Addo for his vision and described his message of peace as music to the ears of chiefs and people in the Volta region.

The renowned chief said, “We are impressed about your commitment to peace and it is important to note that your message of peace is music to our ears.”

Togbe Afede, who is also the president of the Volta Regional House of Chiefs, made the remarks when Nana Addo and his entourage paid a courtesy call on him and a retinue of chiefs at his residence.

Nana was on his ‘Hope Restoration’ tour of the region.

He noted that peace was a pre-requisite for transforming Ghana into a model and modern economy as promised by Nana Addo. Togbe Afede also commended Nana Addo for his message which he described as “a message of hope”.

Togbe Afede, who is the founder of Africa World Airlines, lauded Nana Addo’s commitment to empower the youth of this country by ensuring a highly educated populace.

He therefore called on the youth to be serious with their education.

He also urged students to desist from seeing politics as the only means to success but rather be ingenious and create more opportunities for themselves and others.

Togbe Afede added that Nana Addo’s message to the youth was “strong”, urging him to get the youth to believe in themselves instead of engaging in unnecessary activities.

He noted that prosperity for Ghana could “become possible under the right leadership in this country”.

Togde Afede also commended Nana Addo for his recent visit to the house which he said was a “memorable” one.

He advised Nana Addo to surround himself with the right people to enable him to achieve his aspirations and visions for Ghana, if he is elected president on December 7.

Nana Addo, in his address, assured the chiefs of his genuine commitment towards his free SHS policy which he said came with quality and well trained and motivated teachers.

He emphasized that the free SHS promise was not a fluke but a promise he would keep.

He noted, “It is possible… I believe in Ghana and together we can make it happen.”

He implored Togbe Afede and all the other chiefs in the region to believe in it and make their subjects do same.

Nana Addo’s entourage comprised the regional chairman, Kenwuud Nuworsu, Elizabeth Ohene, a former minister of state, Joseph Kwaku Nayan, the only NPP MP from the Volta Region, and former envoy to Saudi Arabia Rashid Bawah.

The others were Dr. Archibald Letsa, NPP candidate for Ho, lawyer Ernest Gaewu, Ho West candidate, Mawutor Goh, former Ho MCE and Kofi Dzamesi, former Volta Regional Minister.

The entourage later moved to the Ho Polytechnic where Nana gave a lecture on his agric policy and then to Dzodze where he addressed a mammoth rally and introduced all the parliamentary candidates of the NPP in the region.

Source: Fred Duodu, Ho/Daily Guide



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