Minister of Finance Hon. Ken Ofori Attah has called on Ghanaian youth to come together to help fix the country together for future generations.
In a press briefing on May 9, 2021, the minister stated that he has been following the healthy conversation among the youth on social media concerning their agenda of the Fix The Country Campaign.
According to him, it’s a healthy way of calling on the government to grieve out their needs and demands as the youth of the country.
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However, in an attempt to fix the country, the government is about to create over 200,000 jobs for the youths that will allow them to be financially sound
He also continued that, the government has been able to stand on its toes in the midst of global pandemic which broke down a lot of economies
For the 1st time in our 64yrs of nationhood, the govt had to tackle a severe health crisis and its ensuing partial lockdown to contain the spread of the virus and protect lives; this brought socio-economic activities to a virtual halt and that was also globally
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