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Entertainment of Thursday, 6 September 2018

Source: Entertainmentgh.com

Free SHS may cause Akufo-Addo's defeat in 2020 - Kumawood's Salinko

As promised by the ruling New Patriotic party, free SHS was a major policy they highlighted on. Indeed they have delivered on that, but while some Ghanaians think it has been helpful, others think otherwise. www.entertainmentgh.com reports!

One of the many Ghanaians who think otherwise is the Ghanaian comic actor, Salinko. Well, he believes that president Nana Addo may loose the 2020 general elections if care is not taken due to the free SHS policy being exercised.

According to the actor, the free SHS policy is not helping Ghanaians at all. He cited that, there are several developmental issues in the country which haven’t been attended to hence, making life difficult for Ghanaians.

Speaking on Accra FM with Nana Romeo, the popular Kumawood actor stated clearly that, “the free SHS policy introduced by president Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo may cause his defeat in the coming 2020 election because he’s putting in all his attention, strength and resources to make it stable and for that reason he’s gradually failing Ghanaians and life is gradually becoming extremely difficult.”

Salinko born Davis Abraham added that “a lot of the youth in the country are jobless now, jobs are collapsing here and there, companies are laying people off day in day out and most companies aren’t able to pay workers monthly.”

The Kumawood actor who wanted to enter parliament on the ticket of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) during the December 2016 general election also opined that, “there are a lot of rich people in the country who can pay for their children‘s school fees and those fees will go a long way to help develop the country but that money isn’t coming all in the name of free education.”

Salinko made a wish which was, he’d it if the NPP is given another four (4) years after 2020 polls but he doubts due to how the nation is retrogressing. He advised the Nana Addo-led government to sit up.