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Ghana Job Fair: “Don’t Expect A Miracle”- Kwanwoma Chief Tells Youth…(read full statement)

Address By Nana Amponsah Kwaa IV At Ghana Job Fair In Kumasi

I am glad to grace this occasion representing my overlord, His Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, Asantehene, as Special Guest of Honour and I officially welcome you all to Kumasi, the capital city of the Asante Kingdom.

It is no doubt why education was placed at the center of his reign when His Majesty Otumfuo Asantehene ascended the sacred Golden Stool as the 16th occupant. Undoubtedly, today event underpines this solemn commitment and I am very delighted that we are witnessing a job fair seeking to create employment opportunities for the youth of this country.

The theme for the occasion, “ Connecting Talents and Opportunities” aptly describes the current situation faced by majority of the youth. Talents abound but opportunities are scarce. It is my fervent prayer that talents will indeed connect with opportunities by the end of this event.

It is time and the time is now to rekindle the enterprising spirit that gave birth to this Kingdom. Through the ages, we have sustain this spirit through all forms. Let’s keep that fire burning to give hope to the many youth who have lost all hopes. Let’s change the narrative, let us be remembered tomorrow for what we do today. Posterity will never forget us.

I commend the Organisers for organizing this event which seeks to awaken us from this nightmare of youth unemployment. Manhyia Palace is committed in leading the way and our doors are always open.

To the youth, we cannot throw our hands in despair and expect a miracle. We only move when we take a step. Let’s let out our enterprising spirit for the future will be kind to us. Let me end here with a quote from Robert H. Schuller, “ Tough times don’t last but tough people do.”

Thank you, Medaase !!!

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