The victory of Ghana’s fifth President, Nana Akufo-Addo is said to have restored hope of the millions of youth who hitherto had lost hope under the John Dramani Mahama led NDC administration.
This according to a 30 year entrepreneur is due to the renewed spirit of the teaming youth.
Speaking to a cross section of the Ghanaian media after a day’s ideas exchange workshop of 50 young entrepreneurs in Kumasi, Mr. Emmanuel Kwame Oteng Krah charged the youth to take advantage of the policies and programs the government will be rolling out to change their lives and develop Ghana.
Mr. Oteng Krah wondered the kind of governance the former administration offered and could not employ teachers, nurses, graduates of hygiene and cancellation of students’ allowances.
He posited that the ill-informed policies of the previous government rendered the entire nation hopeless.
Speaking further, the young entrepreneur who has interest in mining, transportation and hospitality urged appointees of the government to do all in their power to help Nana Addo to achieve his 40 year old dream of developing Ghana.
He lauded Nana Addo for showing the way for young ones to dare to dream big.
Touching on the one-district-one factory policy which is under its preparations stages, Mr. Oteng Krah charged the youth to appreciate any kind of jobs that may come their way by not looking at their level of education quoting an age old proverb ‘’half a loaf is better than none’’.
He noted that the opportunity giving to some young people at the Presidency tells it all that the president of the nation knows the needs of the country which is youth development and empowerment.
Corruption: Mr. Oteng Krah observed that corruption and bureaucracy in official places are the causes of the nation’s problems especially the collapse of the private sector which he is a major.
He appealed to President Nana Akufo-Addo to see to it that officials of the former government who flouted any law that has caused financial loss to the state are punished to serve as deterrent to current and future office holders.