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The future of our youth holds no promise if we continue with Akufo-Addo and Bawumia by Haruna Iddrisu Former Minority Leader.


Haruna Iddrisu, the former Minority Leader and veteran politician, has delivered a stark warning about the future prospects of Ghanaian youth under the leadership of President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia. In a passionate address to the public, Iddrisu expressed deep concerns about the trajectory of the nation’s development and the implications for its young population.

Citing a range of economic and social indicators, Iddrisu painted a grim picture of the challenges facing Ghanaian youth, including high unemployment rates, inadequate access to quality education and healthcare, and a lack of opportunities for meaningful engagement in the economy. He argued that the policies and priorities of the current administration have failed to address these fundamental issues, leaving a generation of young people disillusioned and marginalized.

Iddrisu criticized the government’s handling of key sectors such as education, highlighting budget cuts and resource constraints that have hampered efforts to improve educational outcomes and equip young people with the skills they need to succeed in a competitive global economy. He also pointed to the escalating cost of living and stagnant wages as further evidence of the administration’s failure to deliver on its promises of prosperity and opportunity for all.

The former Minority Leader called for urgent action to address the root causes of youth disillusionment and discontent, urging the government to prioritize investments in education, job creation, and social welfare programs. He emphasized the need for bold and visionary leadership that is responsive to the needs and aspirations of Ghana’s youth, rather than beholden to narrow political interests.

Iddrisu’s remarks have sparked a debate across the country, with supporters and critics alike weighing in on the state of youth affairs under the Akufo-Addo and Bawumia administration. As Ghana prepares for upcoming elections, the future of its youth has emerged as a central issue, shaping public discourse and political agendas in the months ahead.

story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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