The executive secretary of Anchoring Democracy Advocacy Movement GHANA (ADAM-GH) Mr. Azubila Salam Emmanuel has call on President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo to put politics aside and  complete the former President John Dramani Mahama 123  E-blocks schools to accommodate students and abolish the double track system.

According to him governance hinges on continuity and what ever is the country first priority must be looked at regardless which administration started it.

‘It is Ghana money not that of former President John Dramani Mahama nor that of President Nana Addo Dankwah AKUFO Addo’ he noted.

Ghana, he said cannot spend this huge sums of money to put up highly state of the art, 123 E-blocks which is at various stages of completion be left in the bush, and under the mercy of the harsh atmospheric conditions, whiles innocent children are attracting different kinds of sicknesses in the secondary schools due to unimaginable congestions and over – crowding.

Mr. Azubila stated that, most of these students are gallivanting at home waiting for double track, green and yellow system, and this I must opine is putting serious socio – economic burden on parents in Ghana.

He added that the practice of  Democracy as we aware is for the people, and the Akufo Addo , Dr. Bawumia – led government should do the needful by alleviating hardships, providing pro poor policies to the nooks and cranny of the country, rather than unleashing ‘punishments’ on Ghanaians in the name of partisan politics.

‘I would like to place on record that, The voice of ADAM-GH is the voice of the people, and we will do anything humanly possible and within the frame work of the laws governing the state to safeguard the interest of mother Ghana at all cost’ he noted.

Mr. Azubila Salam Emmanuel revealed that prior to 2012 national elections in the country, the major political parties thus,  both NDC and NPP agreed in principle the challenges  confronting Ghanaians relative to perennial challenges confronting second cycle education in the country.

He added that former President John Drammani Mahama and current President Nana  Addo Dankwah AKUFO Addo, both crafted their major campaign messages about the debilitating state of our education, and the need to improve it to the best of their ability in the event any of them secured the needed mandate to become President of the republic respectively.

Candidate Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo he said at the time, drummed home on the need for all children in Ghana, irrespective of their geographical location, ethnicity, religion would become a beneficiary of the Free SHS Program, as publicly captured by the New Patriotic Party’s 2012 and 2016 manifestoes.

“President ( Then candidate ) Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo reemphasized in 2016 campaign to build 350 SHS in addition to the free SHS  during his first tenure as president” he noted.

He said former president John Dramani Mahama ( then candidate) also campaigned on the need to attain quality in tandem with his consistent message of progressively free by promising to build  200 new community day secondary schools to augment the existing once which will give access to every child who complete Junior high school ( JHS).

This background according to him from the current president and the former president testifies that, the people of Ghana have problem of accessing senior high education.

One agenda but different approach.

“It is absolutely clear that, the two party’s campaign messages were geared towards one direction, and that is  bettering our second cycle education through, accessibility, quality and free for all children”.

He stated that the two leaders rightly identified the country’s major problem that is depriving our children from getting access to secondary schools.

“ADAM-GH is proud to say that our two leaders vision about our second cycle institutions were excellent if put  together” he noted.

“Our former president John Dramani Mahama won the 2012 elections and  first of all tackled one ledge of the problem by starting his 200 SHS projects. He started 123 projects which were at various stages of completion, and was able to complete 45 of these new day senior high schools before he left office January 7, 2017”.

Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo also fully implemented the free SHS and few months after the implementation of free SHS, he was hit with the reality where schools became overcrowded indicating the fact  that we lack access, as posited by Mr. John Mahama.

The situation pushed the current government to implement double track system in our secondary schools.

However, by Next month in September 2019, SHS will resume school and the overcrowding in most of the schools will become topics for discussion in the country because though we are not acting as naysayers, it is expected that, the situation will move from bad to worse, if supervisory officials, and stakeholders fail to act with alacrity, to avert the problems.

ADAM-GH is a civil society group aim at anchoring democratic principles, protect and defend democracy in Ghana and encourage proper rule of law.

The group also seek to hold the leaders accountable to it citizens as well as to shape Ghana’s democracy against pervasive and endemic corruption in government agencies and any act that is likely to jeopardize the peace and security in the country and encourage continuity of governance system in the country.


The mode of operation of ADAM-GH includes:

1. TV and radio representations

2. Petitions to create awareness of the wrongful acts within the governance structure.

3. Meeting authorities to prompt them on raging matters of national interest.

4. Press conferences and other social activities, including symposia.

5. Legal means.


Activities also includes:

a) Educating youth and institutions about the need to protect Ghana’s democracy and put Ghana first.

b) Visitation of schools, SHS and Tertiary schools organizing forums to shape our future leaders against acts of corruption and the need to protect the nation’s democratic values at all times.

c) To organize debate for institutions and  those seeking to lead the country in various forms.

To support and give assistance to the vulnerable in various forms and capacities, including:

giving out formal and informal education to people who need skills training, making themself reliance  and independent.


ADAM-GH It is our wish that, Ghana becomes free from corruption and to ensure continuous  peaceful democratic  country for a better future of the youth, through our enviable hard won reputation as the beacon of hope, in terms of decades in achieving sound democratic credentials in sub sahara Africa.

(Fact Checked)

Below is the full list:



1 Ashanti Obuasi Municipal Kwanenakwa

2 Ashanti Adansi North Fumso

3 Ashanti Bosomtwe Oyoko

4 Ashanti Sekyere Afram Plains Drobonso

5 Ashanti Adansi South Adansi Apagya

6 Ashanti Atwima Mponua Adobewora

7 Brong Ahafo Tano South Derma

8 Brong Ahafo Pru Abease

9 Brong Ahafo Banda Banda Ahenkro

10 Brong Ahafo Kintampo South Anyima

11 Brong Ahafo Techiman North Krobo

12 Brong Ahafo Dormaa Municipal Danyame

13 Brong Ahafo Asunafo North Kasapin

14 Central Gomoa East Gomoa Gyaman

15 Central Agona East Agona Duakwa

16 Central KEEA Ntranoa

17 Central Awutu Senya Awutu Bawjiase

18 Central Upper Denkyira West Diaso

19 Central Upper Denkyira East Kyekyewere

20 Central Agona West Agona Abodom


21 Central Ekumfi Otuam

22 Eastern Upper West Akim Nyanoa

23 Eastern Denkyembour Takrowasi

24 Eastern Kwahu West Fodoa Nkwakaw

25 Eastern Lower Manya Oborpah

26 Eastern Afram Plains(Kwahu North) Mem-Chemfre

27 G. Accra Ashiaman Michel Camp Community 22

28 Northern Bunkpurugu Yunyoo Bunkpurugu Namong

29 Northern Kpandai Jambuai

30 Northern Bole Bamboi

31 Northern Saboba Wapuli

32 Northern Nanumba South Nakpayili

33 Upper East Bawku West Sapeliga

34 Upper East Talensi Yamiriga

35 Upper East Builsa South Kanjarga-Jiningsa

36 Upper East Kassena-Nankana West Paga Navio

37 Upper West Lambussie Lambussie

38 Upper West Wa West Dorimon

39 Upper West Sissala West Zini

40 Volta Krachi Ntsumuru Chinderi

41 Volta Akatsi South Avenorpeme

42 Volta Nkwanta North Damanko

43 Volta Nkwanta South Nkwanta

44 Volta North Tongu Volo

45 Volta Biakoye Kwamekrom Abornukope

46 Western Nzema East Bamiankor

47 Western Ahanta West Sankor

48 Western Amenfi West Samreboi

49 Western Bibiani Anwhiaso Bekwai Chirano

50 Western Sefwi Wiawso Sefwi Asafo

51 Ashanti Ejura Sekyedumase Ejura

52 Ashanti Ahafo Ano North Manfo

53 Ashanti Asokore Manpong Parkuso

54 Ashanti Asante Akim South Banka

55 Brong Ahafo Nkronza South Donkro-Nkwanta

56 Brong Ahafo Dormaa West Nkwantaso

57 Brong Ahafo Techiman Muncipal Gyarko Techiman

58 Brong Ahafo Jaman North Duadaso No. II

59 Brong Ahafo Jaman South Adamsu

60 Brong Ahafo Wenchi Municipal Buoku

61 Central Mfantsiman Kobina Ansa

62 Central Efutu Attietu

63 Central Ejumako Enyan Essiam Enyanmaim

64 Central Twifo Heman Lower Denkyira Twifo Hemang

65 Eastern Birim North Nyafoman /Amuna Praso

66 Eastern West Akyem Osenase

67 Eastern Atiwa Abomoso

68 Eastern Upper Manya Krobo Sekesua

69 Eastern Yilo Krobo Apersua

70 Eastern Kwaebibrem Akyim Takyiman

71 G. Accra Ledzokuku krowor North West Teshie-Lekma

72 G. Accra Tema Metro Lashibi


73 G. Accra Ada East Kasseh-Ada

74 G. Accra Ada West Koluedor

75 G. Accra Weija Municipal (Ga South) Obom

76 G. Accra Ga West Ga-Odumase

77 Northern Nanumba North Bincheratanga

78 Northern West Mamprusi Nasia

79 Northern East Gonja Salaga Kpalbe

80 Northern Yendi Municipal Wal-Yapala

81 Northern Zabzugu Sabare

82 Northern East Mamprusi Langbinsi

83 Upper East Garu Tempane Salugu


84 Upper East Builsa North Wiaga

85 Upper East Bolga East (Bolgatanga) Gambigo

86 Upper East Nabdam (Tongo) Nangodi-Sakote Junction

87 Upper East Bongo Azeem-Namoo

88 Upper West Lawra Boo

89 Upper West Jirapa Konzokala

90 Upper West Sissala East Wellembelle

91 Upper West Nadowli Kaleo Naro

92 Volta Krachi West Osramanae

93 Volta Agotime-Ziope Ziope

94 Volta Ketu South Agblekpui-Aflao

95 Volta South Tongu Agave Afedume

96 Western Bodi Amoaya

97 Western Juaboso Asempaneye-Breman

98 Western Tarkwa Nsuem Muncipal Nsuem

99 Western Prestea Huni Valley Aboso

100 Western Sekondi Takoradi Assakae

101 Ashanti Kumasi Metropolis Agric Nzema

102 Ashanti Offinso North Asuoso

103 Ashanti Ahafo Ano South Adugyama

104 Brong Ahafo Sene East Bassa

105 Brong Ahafo Kintampo North Municipal New longoro

106 Brong Ahafo Atebubu Amantin New Konkrompe

107 Central Awutu Senya East Municipal Ofaakor-Kasoa

108 Eastern Kwahu Afram Plains South Maame Krobo l

109 Eastern Ayensuano Aneum-Apapam

110 Greater Accra Kpone Katamanso Katamanso

111 Greater Accra Adenta Municipal Frafraha

112 Greater Accra Ga East Municipal Kwabenya

113 Northern Mion Sang

114 Northern North Gonja Daboya

115 Northern Gonja Central Mpaha

116 Upper East Pusiga Tambilgu

117 Upper East Binduri Zulugu


118 Upper West Wa East Logu

119 Volta Adaklu Abuadi &Tsrefe

120 Volta Krachi East Yawbram

121 Western Wassa Amenfi Central Manso

122 Western Bia East Adabokrom

123 Western Sefwi bAkontombra Nsawora Edumafua

ADAM -GH will continue to count on your usual corporation as we begin the journey to mount incessant pressure on governments to render accountable governance for the good people of  Ghana.







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