Two parliamentary aspirants of the Daffiama/Bussie/Issa Constituency in the Upper West Region were embroiled in disagreement on Thursday, August 25 as regards what constitutes a senior high school.
It all began when the National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate, Dr Sebastien Sangaare, said the constituency has three senior high schools with a promised community day SHS to be added by government.
But this was contested by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate, Bagon Luuri Lwanga, who claimed there was only one SHS in the constituency, the Daffiama SHS.
The two institutes, which were made reference to by the NDC candidate, the NPP candidate said, are not SHSs.
The two were on +275 on TV3‘s New Day.
Watch them slug it out below: