The argument as to which President, in the fourth republic, is the most competent in resolving issues of unemployment remains unresolved. Every successive government continues the game of parroting their unseen achievement whiles the data reflects an increasing rate of unemployment. Not long ago during the thank you tour of John Mahama, Mahama explained that the National Democratic Congress is ready to offer a helping hand to the government in order to solve the problem of unemployment.
NPP's Kamal Deen explained on the New Day Show, TV 3 that the NPP appreciates the "thoughtful and nationalistic gestures of former President Mahama. He claimed that Mahama's statement is a clear indication and acceptance of the fact that the NPP has done a better job in solving unemployment than they have. Reacting to that, Johnnie Hughes presented a situation that, assuming the NPP has provided jobs to Ghanaians, then where are the jobs. This question threw Kamal Deen to the sea.
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