The President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated that job creation is the greatest challenge his government is faced with.
According to him, the teeming unemployed graduates are eager to find jobs adding that parennts are worried about the future of their children.
Speaking during media encounter at the Flagstaff House in Accra today, he envisaged that his government will be judged by job creation in the country.
He assured his government’s readiness to provide jobs for unemployed Ghanaians.
‘I do not need to repeat that the greatest challenge we face is the creation of jobs, young people are very anxious about not finding jobs and their parents are even more anxious about the future of their children after seeing them through school. I am well aware that the success or otherwise of my administration will be judged largely on job creation,’ he said.
According to him, he has launched National Entrepreneurship and Innovative Plan (NEIP) to help starters in the difficult stages of setting up jobs.
The media engagement follows his six months assumption into office.
The President expressed appreciation to the various assemblies for having confidence in his Metropolitan Municipal Chief Executives (MMDCEs) nominees.
Ministers, Metropolitan Municipal Chief Executives (MMDCEs) and Members of Parliament (MPs) are at the event.