The Administrative/ Operations Manager of the Bright Addae Foundation Dickson Boadi has appealed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo led government not to make Ghana a bitter place for the teeming youth and the unborn generation.
Dickson Boadi who also serves as a youth advocate in a post said Ghana is the only country we have therefore our leaders should not make it a bitter place for the youth and the unborn generation because we have no place to seek abode.
“As a youth myself, I feel the unprecedented hardships in the country and I empathise for my peers and unborn generation. if our leaders fail to devise better and pragmatic policies to curb the growing unemployment in Ghana, the situation can only get worst with dire consequences.
The youth are engaging in illegalities to survive because there is no job after graduating from the tertiary institutions”.
He furthermore used the opportunity to appeal to President Akufo-Addo to create more jobs for the youth to stop them from using illegal ways to get their daily bread.
” If there are jobs for the youth I don’t think they will be seeking greener pastures outside Ghana. It will help reduce illegal immigration and also boast the economy if the youth stays in the country to contribute their quota to national development. he added.