Onua TV presenter Yaa Titi drops some series of bold messages to the President of the Republic of Ghana His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo over issues related to the high rate of unemployment in the country. Yaa Titi speaking on the show "Paw Mu Ka", made it clear that, the current New Patriotic Party ( NPP) Government, have deceived Ghanaians with sweet words before they were able to come to power under the leadership of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo and His Excellency The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
According to Yaa Titi, when NDC was in Power or when John Dramani Mahama was the President, Nana Addo went around telling Ghanaians that, he will come an solve all issues pertaining to Unemployment in Ghana if only Ghanaians will vote for him to become the next president of Ghana. Yaa Titi added that, Nana Addo made a lot of promises to Ghanaians in relation to unemployment. But in the period of 6 years after Nana Addo resume office as the president, the rate of unemployment is still high and graduates from the various Universities cannot get work to do in the country.
" The Government have not put in any measures to help Ghanaians (Youth) to get job to do. The leaders always blame the graduate to create jobs for themselves. That is very bad from our leaders. They should create the avenue for the youth to create jobs". - Yaa Titi stated.
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