The effects of the coronavirus pandemic have led to the closure of schools and so DJ Switch pleads with government to make e-learning platform available to all.
Many schools have resorted to e-learning platforms and other avenues, but not everyone has access to these learning sites.
Speaking in an interview on Covid-19 360 on TV3, DJ Switch, young Ghanaian female DJ, has added her voice to calls for equal access to e-learning platforms during the coronavirus pandemic.
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She made a passionate appeal to the government to make the various online education platforms available to school children in government schools as well.
The young talent, who has just signed up for a talent agency in the United States of America, argued school children in government schools are not benefitting from the e-learning platforms.
Born Erica Armah Bra-Bulu Tandoh, DJ Switch is a multi-talented entertainer and the winner of Season 8 of TV3’s Talented Kidz reality show.