The kind of attitude that have been adopted by the youth in Ghana is very bad. Some fo them have allowed themselves to influenced by their friends to join Robbery Gang and also engage in unacceptable behaviours in our various communities. The Community is looking up to the younger ones who are going to manage the affairs of the society in the days to come.
When it comes to working or hard work, it is very rare to see young people working hard to earn a living. Of the young people in Ghana are heavily focused on how to earn money within the shortest possible time and this turn to make them seek for money rituals. As a result of this, one of our own Journalist by Name Manasseh Azure has finally drops his emotional advice to the youth to work hard with passion and also the o work for result and not appluad.
Manasseh Azure Awuni posted this advice on his official Facebook page as it states; Some work hard for results. Some work for applause. Be among the former, for it comes with the latter.
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