Most youths in the country are of the view that the government is not doing much when it comes to creating jobs. In view of this, most youths do not think twice when an opportunity to travel outside the country comes their way. Sometimes the risks involved are very high because they use illegal routes in getting to their destination.
Looking at screenshots below, Ghanaian youths have been packed at the back of a vehicle. Checking the video very well, the number of people in the vehicle might be about 20. Both males and females can be found in this vehicle. According to the dark guy in the screenshots, they fleeing from Ghana to Libya to look for jobs because the leaders in the country have refused to create jobs for the youth.
He stressed that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo promised jobs for the youths but they can't find jobs in any part of Ghana. The vehicle is moving at a very tough speed and according to the guy, anyone who falls from the vehicle will be left to die. This is because they using an illegal route to Libya and the driver has no time for such people.
They said that the route they are using to Libya is dangerous but they have no option than to seek better luck elsewhere. Most Ghanaians after coming across this video wished them well and ask God to protect them.
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