IS THE GOVERNMENT ABLE AND WILLING TO IMPLEMENT THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION?

The UTG students are complaining about rise in fees. The University
administration is lamenting the rising cost of providing University
education. There is a contradiction between law, government  promise
and practice.
According to Section 30 of the Constitution
“All persons shall have the right to equal educational opportunities
and facilities and with a view to achieving the full realisation of
that right –
(a)    basic education shall be free, compulsory and available to all;
(b)    secondary education, including technical and vocational education,
shall be made generally available  and accessible  to  all  by  every
appropriate  means,  and  in  particular,  by  the progressive
introduction of free education;
(c)    higher education shall be made equally accessible to all, on the
basis of capacity, by every appropriate means, and in particular, by
progressive introduction of free education;
Is the Government capable and willing to implement the law? The future
will tell.