The Ghanaian US based investigative journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor has shared his view on viral video trending in the country about some number of young men and women seen trying to seek employment at the Accra international conference centre today.
Kevin Taylor has shared that he fear for the stability of Ghana in the next 3 years under President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo because of huge member of people seen seeking for employment at ago which shocked majority of Ghanaians.
According to him, he is so surprised that this is happening under Nana Akufo-Addo because he and his men have told Ghanaians that they have created three million jobs after taking over from NDC Government in 2016.
Kevin Taylor told Government of Ghana that they should do something quickly because the frustration in the country is getting high and higher. Stressed that what happened in Guinea might happen in Ghana if care is not taken per how majority of Ghanaian youths were seen striving to get job.
"This video I understand was at the Accra International Conference Centre
The young folks in there are hunting for jobs when a circular was forwarded for them to come with their CVs.
This is happening at a time Akufo Addo and his men says they have created over 3 million jobs.
I fear for the stability of Ghana in the next 3 years ahead for Akufo Addo.
Something like what happened in Guinea Might Happen if care is not taken.
There’s too much frustration and anger in the system" Kevin Taylor stated on his social media wall.
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