The John Mahama led NDC political party is promising Ghanaians that when voted into power, will absorb fees of  Ghanaian tertiary students starting 2020/2021 academic year.

The NDC party made this promise in a press release signed by their National Chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo.

They introduced this policy to take care of the fees of all Ghanaian students who will be admitted into the tertiary institutions.

This policy introduced is called the “Fa Ninyinaa” policy.

According to their press statement, the policy is an enhancement of their commitment in the People’s Manifesto. That commitment is set to absorb 50% of the school fees of all tertiary students for the 2020/2021 academic year. They stated that it will be implemented through the “KYEMUPE” policy.

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They added that the “KYEMUP3” policy  will now apply to only continuing students in tertiary institutions in the country.

Click to see more about the policy. 

The NDC political party has recently received a heavy backlash from most members of the ruling NPP Party.
They have been made fun of and criticized over free SHS which went viral in the whole country.
The NDC claimed they started free SHS with community day senior High Schools but it did not sound good to the NPP.
The NPP argued against their claims saying that Mahama was always against free SHS.
They also fished out video evidence stating how Mahama talked against free SHS.
The NDC has hence become the talk of the day on this free SHS issue.
It maybe because of this troll that has compelled them to bring up another policy.

The policy which is set to aid tertiary education when voted into power.

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