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Mr. Emmanuel BedaiMr. Emmanuel Bedai, the Registrar of the University of Mines and Technology has said quality education could be a mirage in Ghana if the cost of education is borne and provided by the government alone.
He said quality education can be attained through the provision of educational infrastructure and facilities such as classrooms, workshops and laboratories, furniture, computers and accessories, books among others and indicated that government cannot shoulder such responsibility alone in addition to other social services in the country.

Mr. Bedai made the remarks as guest speaker at the open day celebration of the St. Paul’s Anglican Basic School themed ‘‘Partnering Government to Provide Quality Education’’ at Tarkwa in the Western Region. He stated that if the nation was expecting quality and affordable education, the responsibility lies on all stakeholders including teachers, parents and the community to support government in the delivery of education.

He commended some private entrepreneurs in the country for complementing government efforts for establishing private educational institutions from the basic to the university level but however was not happy about some of them charging exorbitant fees and therefore making their services unaffordable to the poor in the society.

The Registrar told teachers that as focal persons, the delivery of quality education revolves around them as such for effective teaching and learning to take place, they must strive to deliver their best on the job and entreated them to be punctual and prepare their lesson notes regularly.

Mrs. Chika-Morgan wife of the Omanhene of Wassa Fiase Traditional Area who chaired the function advised the pupils not to fall prey to social vices as it could ruin their future.