He cited the free senior high school programme as the main reason for the achievement.
He said the free SHS is working.
“The 2022 results are the best of the last 8 years. Surely there can be no longer any controversy about the validity of the free SHS policy and its consequential measures, it is working and working well,” Mr Akufo-Addo said in a Facebook post after addressing the 70th Anniversary Celebration of Opoku Ware Senior High School.
Exams body the West African Examination Council (WAEC) released the provisional results of the 2022 WASSCE on Thursday December 1.
The Council said it had hosted the results online.
Candidates who so desire may access their results at the Council’s website www.waecgh.org.
Following a request from the Ghana Education Service (GES), the results of 8,486 candidates who failed to return learning support materials supplied to them and/or destroyed school property cannot be accessed online at the Council’s website.
The affected candidates are advised to visit their schools for their results.