The Daily Graphic seeks to support and encourage the ministry of education to pursue the module school project in each region which is expected to raise the standard of the less endowed schools to that of the endowed ones such as the Achimota and Wesley Girls. The Daily Graphic sees this as a serious lapse, and the irony is that there are equally under-subscribed schools that struggle to get the full complement of their numbers. The Daily Graphic expects that by now the management of the education of the education sector should have done an audit with the aim of putting in place some of the basic things in those under-subscribed schools to catch up with those sought after schools.
The Ghanaian Times says the NPP and NDC’s commitment to peace after the Supreme Court’s election petition verdict is laudable. It is optimistic that the move by the political parties will send a strong signal to their supporters ahead of the ruling, to prevent them from engaging in violent acts that would endanger national peace, security and threaten the country’s democracy. The Times prays that, all the parties will accept the judgement of the Supreme Court and calls party faithful to order no matter the outcome. Additionally, the paper urges Ghanaians not to engage in any activity that will plunge the country into chaos because there is only one Ghana.