The unemployment rate in Ghana keeps increasing as thousands of graduates complete school each year with no white collar jobs available for them. This has caused a lot of the youth to engage in fraudulent activities which in the end lands them in prison.
Kuyilli Kabori Obori Nambu Jakovi IV, Northern Regional Chief has advised all the youth in his region as they were celebrating their yam festival. He said the youth should to venture into farming, one activity most people take for granted in the country. He said that farming is a business activity which can help them generate a lot of cash for them to live decent lives. Instead of travelling to the capital, Accra and Kumasi to find jobs to make money, they should rather stay back and grow some yam and other crops which he said fetches a lot of money.
He also said there is plenty of land in the region of which the youth could leverage on to do this farm work instead of walking aimlessly and indulging in theft and other unprofitable activities landing them in trouble.
Agribusiness is becoming a very lucrative venture in Ghana and truth is if you dedicate time and energy into it, will make you prosper in the land. Advice to all the youths in Ghana.
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