I’ll abolish shift system in Ga South schools – MCE

I’ll abolish shift system in Ga South schools – MCE

The Ga South Municipal Chief Executive, Joseph Nyani, says he will abolish the public school shift system in his municipality by 2020.

“When I came [into office], I found that almost 60% of the schools run the shift system. It is my vision to end the shift system or to abolish the shift system, and that’s the reason why I am putting up these school buildings to make sure we are able to solve that issue,’ he said.

He added that, “I have given myself a timeline that by 2020, I should be able to end the shift system in this municipality.”

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He made this known during a sod cutting ceremony for a six unit classroom block at Kokrobite. The six unit classroom block is to complement the only existing school in the community.

This followed a sod cutting for the renovation of a six unit classroom block at the Domeabra Methodist Basic School.

Both projects are estimated at about GHC 700,000, and are expected to be completed in the next four months.

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The shift system allows students to attend classes in turns . They normally attend classes in the morning or afternoon.

The MCE’s predecessor, Jerry Akwei Thompson, failed to deliver on a similar promise he made in 2014 after significant efforts were made in that regard.

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