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Bawumia’s Tertiary Scholarship For PWDs Is Flexible, No Political Strings Attached — Miracles Aboagye



Dennis Miracle Aboagye, the spokesperson for Dr. Bawumia’s campaign team, has announced that the proposed Tertiary Scholarship program for persons with disabilities, championed by Vice President Bawumia, will prioritize flexibility and inclusivity, free from any political affiliations.

In an interview on NEAT FM’s morning show, “Ghana Montie,” Aboagye underscored the commitment of Dr. Bawumia’s campaign team to implement policies aimed at enhancing accessibility and opportunities for all citizens. The proposed Tertiary Scholarship initiative specifically targets persons with disabilities, aiming to provide them with equal access to higher education without facing financial barriers.

“A central tenet of Dr. Bawumia’s policies, if elected as president, is to make Ghana a better place for all,” stated Aboagye, emphasizing the overarching goal of fostering an inclusive society where every individual, regardless of disability or background, has the opportunity to thrive and contribute meaningfully to national development.

Crucially, Aboagye reassured that the Tertiary Scholarship program would be administered with flexibility and devoid of any political strings. This commitment reflects Dr. Bawumia’s dedication to ensuring that education policies serve the needs of all Ghanaians, irrespective of partisan interests.

The announcement of the Tertiary Scholarship initiative aligns with Dr. Bawumia’s broader vision for comprehensive and equitable development across Ghana. By prioritizing education and inclusivity, the campaign team aims to address systemic barriers and create pathways for socioeconomic advancement for marginalized groups, including persons with disabilities.

As Ghana prepares for the upcoming presidential elections, Dr. Bawumia’s campaign team’s pledge to prioritize inclusive education policies underscores the significance of addressing the diverse needs of the population. The proposed Tertiary Scholarship program reflects a proactive approach towards fostering a more inclusive and equitable society, in line with Ghana’s commitment to achieving sustainable development goals.

In pledging to implement flexible Tertiary Scholarships for persons with disabilities, Dr. Bawumia’s campaign team sends a clear message of inclusivity and commitment to addressing the needs of all Ghanaians, irrespective of disability status or political affiliation.


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