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Youth advised to desist from enriching themselves through dubious means


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Agona Swedru, Aug. 23,
GNA – Mr Ekow Ewusie, an Aspiring Central Regional Chairman of the New
Patriotic Party (NPP), has called on the youth to desist from using dubious
means to enrich themselves.

He said it was better
the youth pursued their education with seriousness for a brighter future than
to use foul means to get rich.

Mr Ewusie said this
during a durbar of the chiefs and people of Agona

Agona Swedru, Aug. 23,
GNA – Mr Ekow Ewusie, an Aspiring Central Regional Chairman of the New
Patriotic Party (NPP), has called on the youth to desist from using dubious
means to enrich themselves.

He said it was better
the youth pursued their education with seriousness for a brighter future than
to use foul means to get rich.

Mr Ewusie said this
during a durbar of the chiefs and people of Agona Swedru in the Central Region
to climax their Annual Akwambo Festival.

He said he supported
the call by the Swedruman Coucil of Chiefs on the youth to stop engaging in
“Sakawa,” which could have serious repercussion on them in future.

Mr Ewusie said the
Government, led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, was determined to
roll out policies and programmes that would create jobs and wealth for the
youth.

He said the youth were
the future leaders of the country and called on the Government, organisations
and individuals to help create an enabling environment for them to live quality
lives.

Mr Ewusie donated
4,000 Ghana cedis towards the construction of an Information and Communication
Technology ICT) Library initiated by the chiefs and people of the town.

He said when given the
nod in the upcoming regional elections, he would ensure that job creation
became one of the top priorities.

Mr Joe Appeah, a
Management Consultant, who co-chaired the function, donated 150 bags of cement
in aid of the ICT Library project.

GNA


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