The Ashanti Regional Communications Director for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Nurudeen Abass , speaking on Nhyira FM this morning has questioned the New Patriotic Party to show Ghanaians the 150,000 jobs they say their "one district" one factory agenda ha produced.
According to Nurudeen Abass, they are all lies and those jobs they say they have created doesn’t exist. He is in belief that, most of the factories they say they have completed existed already and were owned by some private individuals. Therefore it will be unfair for them to take credit not to talk of counting them as part of jobs thay have created.
He teased that, if indeed those jobs exist, why do we then have even worse unemployment rate. Wouldn’t the NABCO personnels be permanently employed by now? He asked
He also touched on the security issues of the country and said the government has performed poorly when it comes to security. He questioned the way they recruit people into police as well as their training. He believes people in power are having influence on who gets recruited which makes it unfair to the youth.
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