Prominent Ghanaian performing artist Majid Michel says the way Ghana’s system of training has been skewed to concentrate on showing students how to discover an occupation isn’t right.
He wished students are made to likewise exploit possibilities they can relate to. Existing conditions is the motivation behind why Ghana’s unemployment rate is soaring, he noted.
The performing artist was giving a motivational speech to around 2000 students from tertiary and second cycle organizations in and around the Central Region at ‘Achievement Africa 2016’ sorted out by the LEC Group at the University of Cape Coast.
The numerous award winning film star specified that self-disclosure assumes essential part in picking a profession, and in this manner encouraged students to discover and use their blessings to decrease unemployment.
As indicated by a World Bank report on Ghana, around 48 percent of youth somewhere around 15 and 24 years don’t have occupations. The report prescribed to government to work towards furnishing the young with important aptitudes through the instructive framework.
In a meeting with TV3, Majid Michel noticed what number of students are betrayed by a well known catchphrase on grounds that there is ‘Life After School’. “… that is the reason we have individuals with PhDs who have occupations yet haven’t found and found their endowments, the framework doesn’t show you how to discover your blessing however shows you how to discover work which isn’t right… ”
He, along these lines, prompted students who think acting is their obsession to seek after it for a fruitful profession.
Majid, known for his romantic parts in movies, additionally lectured about the love for God, which he said is the wellspring of information taking into account which he charged his gathering of people to love God with their quality by being ethically moral. “Love God by doing what he shows you to do… ” he said.
Station Manager for 3FM92.7, Mrs Petra Aba Asamoah, likewise charged students to add quality and certainty to their identity to empower them emerge among their companions.
“Students turn out with first class and feel that quickly they ought to be put in a high position, overlooking that formal education doesn’t as a matter of course link to any work,” she watched.