NPP-tagged legal practitioner, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw today boldly made some revelations on his show "Mmra ne abrabo mu nsem", Wontumi TV. He spoke about the high level of unemployment in Ghana. He analyzed the lack of correlation between the number of graduates released into the job market and the jobs created annually. He established that the problem of unemployment has existed since time immemorial and has intensified during this period when all economies have been crippled by the novel COVID-19.
"Look at the number of unemployed graduates who have the skills but yet are still in a queue searching for jobs. Every year, close to twenty thousand graduates are churned out into the system. Where are the jobs? It will never take this government four years to solve this problem. No government is capable of solving this problem. Politicians are using this as a tool to fight for political power. You know very well that no government can solve this problem. I am tired of these lies. Nana Addo cannot solve it", Lawyer Maurice Ampaw bemoaned.
Based on his statements, he has confirmed that Nana Addo has lost the fight in solving the problem of unemployment.
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