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President Nana Addo Should Listen
 
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11-Jan-2017  
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The total development young people must remain utmost at every level of our nation’s development. Notwithstanding the difficulties we face as a country in an attempt to realize our full potential and uncover our unique identity. It remains essential to maintain and focus on our path towards growth and development. Though we have some successes over the year, much need to be desired.

Political parties are voted to power for the purpose of ensuring concerns of its citizens are addressed and proposals materialized. Politicians are obliged to introduce practical initiatives to better the lives of citizen particularly the younger population

Young people form majority of the country’s population and continue to suffer high rate of unemployment, the rate is likely to increase with fresh graduate annually introduced. This subject should therefore be approached as a matter of precedence to the current régime, having assured young people of better conditions by so doing ensure accurate steps are adopted to absorb majority of the unemployed young people in Ghana.

The past administration having contributed their quota which came with unsuccessful initiative introduced to reduce the unemployment rate, the current administration is advised to learn from these unfortunate happenings does not recurring.

Much more is expected from the Nana Addo Danquah administration which won the general elections based on these promises and assurance. The current administration must be open and learn from the mistakes of the previous government.

Over years the Ghanaian population has grown more sophisticated, open to issues and ready to scrutinize them to its elasticity. It is therefore expected from the current administration to be sensitive to issues relating to young people.

Youth Eye Innovations Foundation as an advocacy is committed to monitor closely events to ensure government commits to these promises made and also collaborate with the relevant bodies towards achieving total growth of young people in Ghana.

 
 
 
Source: samuel Awuni/[email protected]
 
 

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