The Ashanti Regional Vice Chairman of the Ghana National Association of Garages (GNAG) Mr. Nuhu Lukeman has stated that the outfit needs training centres to train more youth to acquire vocational skills as part of the Association's policies to create jobs in the country.
Lukeman who was speaking to the correspondent in an interview linked the inability of the youth to develop interest in skills training to the past governments who alleged refuse to encourage the youth into the system.
Hence with the comprehensive measures put in place the Association is urging the government to provide them with training centres to enable them recruit more youth to be trained to acquire skills to earn their living.
Touching on the less development of the Otumfour Industrial Hub at Abuakwa Achiase in the Nwabiagya North Municipal of the Ashanti region the vice chairman allegedly pushed blame on the past and current governments for their inability to support the project.
Mr. Nuhu Lukeman expressed worry that Garages is though noted to be one of the popular industrial business hubs in West Africa which needs much attention, no one cares to see to its proper management
Going forward, he reiterated that, Suame Magazine as it is called in the local parlance, needs Ambulance, health care centers as well as good roads to support its workforce.
We use taxis as Ambulance whenever someone is injured, he indicated and called for health center facilities, good roads among other social amenities that could help the artisans to discharge their duties diligently.
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