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"Nobody Is Stupid, They Should Create Jobs And The Youths Will Do It" - Nana Tornado Lashes Gov't


Sensational Ghanaian Actor, Emil Gerald Woode known in showbiz as Nana Tornado has taken a swipe at the Akufo-Addo government for its failure to create jobs for the youths in the country.


In an interview with Zionfelix and monitored by Thinknewsonline.com, he said "If you feel the system is really working and you also know that you are being paid hourly, will you go to work at 11 am instead of 9 am and lost GHc20? Will you like to lose that money? So then nobody is stupid, my brother, they should just try as much as possible to create the jobs and the youths will do it. Why are youths traveling? I was speaking on Mona's show the last time and ended up being misinterpreted"


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He added that for the youths in the country to rescind their decisions of traveling for greener paths, Government must rise to the occasion and make its people happy.


"We live in a country where, if you speak your mind, you are tagged as being disobedient however, it is sad because, the rich are always getting richer, whiles the poor still remains poorer"


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"I am pleading with our leaders to create the jobs and that is all the youths are asking for" he added.


Speaking on the #Fixthecountry brouhaha, he said "If in this country, there more jobs and the youths are refusing to do it then it will be right on the part of our leaders when they say we should fix our attitude but this is the situation where you visit the ghettos and you get to meet the kids there smoking and living bad lives and you tell them to fix their attitudes, which attitude, are you asking them to fix?"


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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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