“Government Cannot Help Everybody” – Kennedy Agyapong Advises Unemployed Graduates | Video

Member of parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has a word of encouragement to Ghanaian graduates.

Thousands of students graduate from universities and tertiary institutions each year, but almost half of them are unemployed and must find a way to support themselves, making the courses they studied less valuable.

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In Ghana, students spend more money on schooling (paying of fees) but end up unemployed regardless of their good grades or they in-depth knowledge about the physical world because they may not have any connections.

In Ghana, students spend more money on schooling (fees) however, regardless of their good grades or in-depth knowledge of the physical world, they end up unemployed.

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Kennedy Agyapong has reacted to Ghana’s high unemployment rate in one of his interviews as he has shared a touching message to graduates.

Kennedy Agyapong humbly revealed that Ghanaian graduates who only wants to work in the government sectors that it will take a while before they can achieve those dreams.

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Kennedy Agyapong urged graduates to develop themselves by doing whatever small work they enjoy that they can earn from.

He reminded graduates not to wait until they find white-collar work relevant to the university courses they took.

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Hon. Kennedy Agyapong concluded his advice to graduates by saying, “Government cannot help anyone, I beg you.”

post by: Dwomoh Dennis for thedistin.com.
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