Educationist demand parliamentary probe into GHC38m Free SHS T-shirts deal
An Educationist is demanding a parliamentary probe into the GHC38m Free SHS T-shirts deal.
Samuel Zigah called for an independent investigation into the 38 million Ghana cedis printed Free Senior High School (FSHS) T-Shirts to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the initiative.
The Educationist who spoke to Starr News, demanded that the culprits in the printing scandal must be brought to book. He was quoted to have said “In the first place, I just don’t want to believe it and if it is true then it’s most unfortunate. Instead of channeling this into other profitable ventures like text books and infrastructure where students will go to school without a double track system it is better than printing T-Shirts. What will T-Shirt do for our education system,” he quizzed.
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Mr Zigah further addded“What will it do for our teachers who are going to be given these T-Shirts, I don’t see it. How can a cat who has been asked to supervise a fried fish and the fried fish be missing and the cat said, I am going to find the fried fish. Have you seen it before? Who watches the watchmen.”
He wondered why state institutions will be allowed to investigate themselves, adding that that attitude must stop.
“They will come out and say it is not true, but let’s use independent bodies, let Parliament set up an independent body to investigate it before you can see the truth in this matter. If it comes out that it is true then those who are involved, the originators must be brought to book and sanctioned. This is financial lost to the state. So the laws must just be applied if only it will be applied.”