Ghanaian youths

What do you all think is the problem of we the youth in Ghana?

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Bad leadership on the side of our so called leaders who we entrusted our well-being into their hands. This old men called our leaders only thinks about their “stomach”. They know perfectly that there isn’t enough jobs in the country to employ the youths but yet will go about to hire private jet not once but twice whiles there is a presidential jet available. We the youth needs to stand up now to fight for a better leadership. Not with violence but let’s speak out to claim that.

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You are right my brother

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That is why we us the youth needs to fight now for our forth coming children in other for them to enjoy a better living in Ghana. Ghana is ours and we the citizens must enjoy the good things God gifted us . Those good things mustn’t be enjoyed only by our so called leaders

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The problem is the unemployment in the country.

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One of the most recent attitudinal issues among young people is the desire to make rapid money.

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This is because they are idle and don’t have anything doing. That’s yy they have that perceptions

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America where almost everything is in place so you here anything about their youths having such taughts ? My opinion tho

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Inexperience. Gold is not gold until it passes through fire. Most of us are too much in a rush. We want everything to be fast. We don’t want to go through the process of becoming very refined. Microwave generation of youths. :joy: We need to slow down and work on ourselves. With or without the help of our leaders. Let’s develop the capacity for greatness and when the time comes, we will be hot to trot to take Ghana to the next level.

"Luck Is What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity" - Seneca (Roman Philosopher)

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Bro it isn’t about the young people wanting to make rapid money but somethings shouldn’t also be the headache of us as the youth. Our medical system ain’t good whiles there are ultramodern hospitals abandoned in the bushes, factories rotting in the bushes as well which can employ tens of thousands of the youth, schools left somewhere and we the youth must speak out to make those work. When all this is operational I don’t think the youth will complain as much a they do now

Bro you’re right. Do you think in America they will leave factories which can employ millions of its citizens in the bush to rot? Abandon ultra modern hospitals simply because it wasn’t their tenure in office that it was built to rot in the bush? Such things will never happen there so we us the youth in Ghana needs to speak out. It’s not like we’re lazy or something