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President Akufo-Addo Really Mean Business; See How Hard He's Trying To Get Everyone Employed

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) can be said to have a track record of implementing policies or coming out with initiatives that will benefit everyone in Ghana.

We can talk about former President John Agyekum Kuffour's National Health Insurance Scheme that helped thousands of people during his tenure of office and currently helping over millions of Ghanaians.

And the The Nana Akuffo-Addo led Government cannot be an exception to this way of governing or ruling people. To start with, his government can boost of the implementation of the free SHS which has released a lot of burdens from parents and guardians.

Now to talk about the main news at hand, let me make it known to everyone that, current first gentleman of the land is truly serious about getting almost every Ghanaian employed. Several initiatives have been implemented and a lot of unemployed graduates are off the street.

The current development taking place is the construction of an 'Ghana Award House', which is a new administrative building for Head of State Award Scheme.

President Nana Akuffo-Addo on his Facebook platform revealed that, this Scheme has touched a lot of young Ghanaians, it has challenged them to find their purpose, their passion and place.

The first gentleman of the land made this crucial point by saying thst, this same scheme has also enhanced the employability of skills and competencies, and has given them the opportunity to serve the nation as well.

And the good news is that Ghana is the second African country to have its own administrative office since it's inception in 1967. The President cut the sod of this new administrative office of Ghana Awards Scheme today and the construction begins after the ceremony.

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