13th September, 2017

| Updated Sep 13, 2017 at 10:28am



The Daily Graphic applauds President Akufo Addo for walking the talk in the implementation of the Free Senior High School policy. Despite the cost to the nation, the paper believes the policy is one of the most important investments a goverment could make in its people. The graphic describes the policy as refreshing since it will ease the burden on parents. The paper however suggests that government dedicates a fund for development partners and coporate Ghana to contrbute towards the fund's sustainability.

Daily Heritage Commends the implemention of the paperless port system after its take off. The paper says the system will boost economic activities, particularlay in the private sector despite it being characterised by chaos when it was initiated on September 1. The Heritage thinks the systems efficiency at the ports is encouraging and urges all players to continue support it to make clearing of goods a convenient exercise for all.

The Today news paper wonders why authorities of the Pope John Senior High School (POJOSS) have made it mandatory for students to buy cans of insecticide spray for debugging of the school. The paper says shifting that responsibility to students in the era of Free Senior High School should not be allowed. The Today newspaper believes authorities of the school have the responsibility to fumigate the school premises before re- poening. It therefore asks the Ghana Education service to intervene in the matter to ensure that POJOSS fulfils its responsibilty.