“We have pleaded with the district director of education in Asuogyaman to rescind his decision. If she does not listen to us, we will advise ourselves. We took our children to school to go and learn and not to stand under the scorching sun to wave presidents.
“The president is not going to make a stop at where the children will be lined up and so it is unnecessary to line them up to wave at a president,” he told Francis Abban on the Morning Starr.monitored by Kyfilla.com
He added: “Waving at the president will not add any value to the lives of the students.
We don’t have a problem with the commissioning of the 1d 1f project by the president but for our children to just go and wave at the president, it doesn’t add up,” he said.
He added that “for the concerned parents, we are about 21. We do not have the backing of the authorities in the community. We are yet to inform a chief in the community about this arrangement.”
The president begins his 3-day working visit to his home town the Eastern Region. The visit is part of the President’s efforts to touch base with the people and to keep an eye on how his policies are affecting Ghanaians.