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Present Free SHS Bill to Parliament to avoid name-calling – Minority to Afenyo-Markin

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The Minority in Parliament has threatened to use unflattering language against Majority Leader Alexander Afenyo-Markin if he fails to present the proposed bill on the Free Senior High School policy in the house today.

The bill seeks to make the Free SHS intervention mandatory for future governments to sustain.

Despite the Majority Leader’s claims that the Minority opposes the bill, they have denied this and urged the government to address existing challenges in the education sector.

Minority Chief Whip Kwame Governs Agbodza while speaking on the floor of Parliament emphasised that the bill must be laid in the house today for further action.

“”…Today is the deadline for him to bring the bill to the house and we will call you names. So inform him before he gets here that if he doesn’t present the Free SHS bill today we shall him names in this house today,” he stated.

The Majority Leader in response assured that the bill would be laid.

“Mr Speaker the Free SHS Bill will come. Mr Speaker your ranking member on education is opposed to the Free SHS Bill. He says he is opposed to the Free SHS bill.

“Your party machinery issued a statement against the Free SHS Bill. Your party issued a statement against the Free SHS Bill. The Free SHS Bill will come to this house. It will come,” he stated.

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