Even though institutions in the nation have been granted the green light to function, rapper and entrepreneur Okyeame Kwame has stated that his children may not return to normal school.
Following the coronavirus epidemic last year, the government ordered the closure of all schools in the country as a preventative precaution.
President Nana Akufo-Addo, however, declared in his 21st coronavirus update that Junior High School students who have been home since the country’s peak of COVID-19 will return to school on January 15, 2021.
Students in the first year of Senior High School will begin studies on March 10, while students in Forms 2 and 3 will begin classes on January 18.
However, Okyeame Kwame claims that his children have become accustomed to internet education during the last 11 months or so.
He and his wife are concerned about their children returning to normal school because of the virus and the fact that they have direct control over their children’s education.
“I’m still debating whether or not my children should return to regular school,” he added.
With his wife Annica, the rap doctor has two children.
He recently released a new video for his song “Y33ko,” which he co-wrote with Kwame Eugene. The video was taken with a smartphone.