THE DEPUTY Director of Operations at the National Service Scheme (NSS), Henry Nana Boakye popularly known as Nana B. has called on the government to admit challenges that have rocked the implementation of the Free Senior High School Policy but with assurance of remedies to the situation.
According to him, the public outcry over the free SHS challenges is genuine which the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) should admit and not just rubbish it with arrogance.
“Governance is very difficult ,so we will stumble ,we will falter ,you will not always get it right ,and the Free SHS there are genuine and teething challenges but if Ghanaians are complaining ,you don’t rubbish it in the face like what the NDC use to do…we need to be humble we need to speak well,” he said.
Nana B who a Communication team member of the ruling government said this Friday when addressing the Tertiary Students Confederacy of the New Patriotic Party (TESCON) branch at Koforidua Technical University during a handing over ceremony for new executives .
According to Nana B, for the party to retain power in 2020, it is imperative to avoid mistakes committed by the past National Democratic Congress (NDC) led government which displayed arrogance and failed to admit wrongs rather went about attacking personalities that criticised their government.
He urged the new executives of TESCON to ensure that they satisfy committed party members whenever there are job opportunities in government as done at the National Service Secretariat during postings.