Ghana: ACMA, NYA Prepare Youth in Satellite tv for pc Dish Set up

Ghana: ACMA, NYA Prepare Youth in Satellite tv for pc Dish Set up

The Ayawaso Central Municipal Meeting (ACMA) and the Nationwide Youth Authority (NYA) organised a satellite tv for pc dish set up coaching for a piece of youth in Accra on Tuesday.

The coaching was a part of efforts to scale back unemployment and equip unemployed youth with entrepreneurial expertise within the nation.

With over 35 individuals, chosen from all electoral areas of the municipality had been taken by means of the set up course of of putting in satellite tv for pc dishes.

In a short tackle by the Municipal Chief Govt (MCE), Mr Mohammed Quaye underscored the present hardship within the nation coupled with the excessive price of unemployment.

“I need to encourage every and everybody certainly one of you to make the most of this coaching so as to totally equip yourselves and be self-employed or entrepreneurs to minimize the speed of unemployment within the nation,” he stated.

Explaining, Mr Quaye stated one may higher themselves and be proactive with any acquired expertise from trainings and arrange companies in rising industries therefore, there was a necessity for individuals to take each trainings critically.

“The Meeting has invested a lot so that you can be educated to get extra youth energetic within the nation as you determine yourselves small enterprise ventures to generate earnings for you,” he stated.

Mr Quaye inspired the youth to share their challenges to ensure that the meeting to assist them in any significant approach.

The Higher Accra Regional Director of Nationwide Youth Authority (NYA), Mr Matthias Blay, on his half expressed his profound gratitude to the MCEfor supporting and aiding the youth develop their expertise throughout the municipality.

“I’d entreat different assemblies to additionally look out for such initiatives to assist the youth and that in a approach would buttress the mandate of the NYAas we allco-ordinate and facilitate youth empowerment activitiesin Ghana so as to guarantee growth of the Ghanaian youth,” he stated.

Mr Blay suggested the youth to additionally make the most of the federal government companies and initiatives that supported younger entrepreneurs reminiscent of Ghana Enterprises Company

(GEA), Nationwide Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (NEIP) and the not too long ago launched YouStart programme.

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