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Youth failing in Ghana due to poor branding of image – Youth Activist

The failings of many youth in Ghana is been attributed to the lack of a can do spirited image that is the position of a Youth Activist, Pragmatist and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Homeland Africa Hub George Wash Baah.

He argues most youth in the country have not achieved their targeted goals due to their poor brand of themselves in the eyes of the public.

Speaking on Ultimate 106.9 FM, Mr. Baah bemoaned the lack of the youth taking advantage of the abundance of knowledge available in the 21st century to enhance their image for their own good.

“I am saddened by the image and branding of most youth today, they are either seen as rowdy or ill prepared to take over, where there is abundance of opportunity”, he bemoaned.

“The mindset should change, the youth in this country are suffering image issues, they sometimes send wrong signals, reason we see so many youth stagnated in Africa”, he disclosed

“I am hoping 2023; they will work on some of these things. You don’t just follow because others are doing it, what is your brand? What does your brand stand for, just build it and the rewards will come”, he advised



Mr. Baah urged relevant stakeholders to give the needed support to youth development as a positive explosion of the youth will benefit the country.

“When the youth get it right, the ripple effect is going to be voluminous because they are in the majority. We have a youthful population, so just imagine the youth all over excelling, Ghana will be the benefit. We stakeholders must come together and support them”, Mr. Baah urged.

Source: MyNewsGh.com


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