Kweku Baako believes that any sort of propaganda on the policy will not hold as the policy had come at the right time.
According to him, any sort of propaganda on the policy will not hold as the policy had come at the right time.
“If you begin to attack this with propaganda, you are doing yourself a disservice and that’s a problem-the first batch constitutes a huge portion of the (country’s population),” he said on Accra-based Peace FM.
“It is a progressive development, it is good so you don’t attack it…you like it criticize to improve on it, fine but they should stop the propaganda noise,” he added.
Mr. Baako further urged the government to ensure that the policy is sustained as that would bring in donors to commit resources towards the policy.
Meanwhile, the NDC’s Director of Elections Samuel Ofosu Ampofo said that the opposition has never been against the policy, adding that the former John Mahama administration built schools before leaving office.