No Food Shortage At PRESEC

HEADTEACHER AND students of Presbyterian Boys Senior High School (PRESEC) Legon, in Accra have denied media reports that there was food shortage in the second cycle school.

This was disclosed to the Minister of Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum when he paid an unannounced visit to PRESEC, to interact with the students, some members of staff and the headmaster Wednesday evening.

“The students and the headmaster denied claims making rounds in some section of the media that Presec was experiencing food shortages. It was a pleasant surprise visit and I had a wonderful time at one of the finest Senior High Schools in the country,” the minister stated after the visit in a Facebook post.

The objective of the visit was to monitor the implementation of the Free SHS Policy and teaching and learning in the boys school.

He was impressed with the activities in the school and commended the Headteacher and Teachers for their good work.

He further seized the opportunity as usual to teach and interact with the students.

“It was fun spending time with the first-year students of the school during their evening prep.

My unannounced visit to the school gave rare opportunity to assess how their evening studies is organised. In one of the classes, we studied mathematics together,” he said in the post.

By Vincent Kubi