Analyzing social media comments, former New Patriotic Party (NPP) Secretary-General Kwabena Agyepong says there is a clear indication of hopelessness and despair among Ghanaian youth.
He says that young people in particular have lost hope. in the country’s political architecture, which underscores the need to inspire hope. He says Ghana is a beautiful country worth dying for. the needs of the people and will ensure that hope is restored.
He said: “When I hear a lot of young people praying for coups, I wonder why they didn’t survive. Statistics show that 61% of the Ghanaian population is under 30 years old. Obviously, they didn’t see anything. Reading it is not the same as living it. It was the worst way to live. As high school students, we were lucky.
Schools through universities have seen it. Ghanaians slept at 6 am, slept at night, and slept at 10 am for several years. In fact, the night economy collapsed and has not recovered. There were times in this country when people worked nights.
” He reminded the youth that Ghana is a “beautiful country to die for. When you hear on social media right now the level of discouragement, despair and lack of confidence that you have in the political architecture, it is dangerous and I think we need to inspire them and give them hope that there are good people are there who can help execute this. Country. It’s absolutely vital that we do that and restore confidence.”