Video spreading on social media indicates or shows blood all over the floor of the Accra International Conference Center. Many persons have been injured with blood sprinkling down from their injuries in the premises of AICC.
This comes when job seekers at YEA Job Fair which was held at Accra International Conference Center(AICC) had a serious stampede with each other leaving many injured with various serious and minor injuries.
Over 1000 persons were available for the interview with their CVs at YEA.
The arrangement or organizers for this event did poor as there should be made it in a first come first served offer. Since they failed to this, violence occurred at the premises breaking and destroying properties such as glasses and other important items in the building.
All injured persons who were seeking for jobs have been sent to a nearby clinic for treatment.
It is sad as a country to continue living in an era like this where there are no jobs making the youth suffer a lot. Most youth worry a lot about their future.
There were security men all over the place but they didn't work effectively to ensure the safety of all job seekers.
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Thanks to reading and we hope the injured becomes fit again and even get a job from YEA.
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