Sammy Awuku, the National Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has urged te the party byting the to fulfill the campaign promises geared towards rebuilding the country.
He debunked an allegation that the Nana Akufo-Addo-led administration had abandoned the youth as being speculated by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) but stated that the government would ensure that policies and programmes aimed at training and providing employment opportunities for young people were being pursued.
Mr Awuku, who is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Youth Employment Agency (YEA), noted that it was anur for the government of the NPP to serve the nation and not to visit hardship on the citizenry, especially the youth and vulnerable in society.
He added: “My life is to serve theth as the Board Chairman of the National Youth Employment Agency as you keep pouring out your hearts full of appreciation and sorrow, I willeep inspiring you to work harder, I promise never to abandon you my accomplishments, even as I move further in the future”
Mr Awuku assured of the government’s commitment, determination and dedication to maintain the nursing and training allowances and give priority to agriculture in the quest to create more job opportunities.
“You made me a better leader and a better servant, I won’t stop, I’ll be right there with you as your leader, I won’t abandon you, don’t abandon us for the 2020 election victory to be easier for the party, I’m still asking you to believe in our work and the NPP’s ability to bring change,” he appealed.
However, he explained that factors such as the high rate of youth unemployment and lack of education had turned that resources into a burden with many analysts warning of major threats to the country’s security but indicated that social interventions being put in place should ameliorate the looming threat. –kingdomfmonline.com