He was speaking to the New Patriotic Party Students Union referred to as TEIN. His caption, seems to suggest that the Youths in Ghana has a long way to go so far us Catching up with the advancement of the world is concerned.
The caption, "The future arrived yesterday and we are already late in Catching up, Ghanaian Youth " sparked Reactions from a lot of youths on his Facebook page.
Some show their appreciation for the young speaker who according to some of the comments is a member of the New Patriotic Party.
He is seen by some as a future organiser of the New Patriotic Party as they have indicated in their posts.
However, the page of Elikem Kotoko seems to address anything that is political or is in relation to the development of Ghana.
We cannot be certain as to which party he belongs to, but it is good the youths of Ghana are inspired by any message that seeks to inspire.
Do you think that Elikem is right by saying that the future has already happened and the youths of Ghana are late in Catching up?
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