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Boys abrƐ! Youth want jobs – Sammi Awuku

Sammy Awuku

The National Youth Organiser of the ruling New Patriotic Party, Sammi Awuku, has expressed confidence in the ability of President Akufo-Addo to deliver on the promise to provide jobs for the youth. But he wants the process expedited because, according to him, while the government cannot fail the youth who voted massively to return the NPP to power, “time is ...

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NGO intensifies training for job seekers


SOSJOBS4WOMEN Ghana, a non-governmental organization has trained and pre-screened their Ideal Talent Transformational Brand Ambassadors on July 24, 2017, at Accra. The altruistic training and job placement initiative are dedicated in-depth job readiness training as well as selecting its Ideal Talent Brand Ambassadors who will be training others. The initiative is refined and present prospective job seekers to 95 stakeholder ...

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Give us jobs, restore our allowance – Agric students beg gov’t

Minister for Food and Agriculture, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto.

Students of agriculture colleges in the country have lamented what they call government’s seeming neglect of their challenges, and have thus called for a restoration of allowances paid to them. Addressing a news conference in Accra, the President of the Agriculture College Students Union, Sampson Chimbur Sanika, complained about how the various institutions lacked infrastructure and logistics which affects not ...

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Alleged NPP ‘macho men’ besiege GPHA for jobs


Some macho men numbering about 200, claiming to be members of the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Invisible Forces, on Monday morning thronged the premises of the Golden Jubilee terminal of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA), to demand their share of national security jobs. According to the heavily-built men who were dressed in black T-shirts with the inscription “invisible ...

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Siemens restructuring to affect 11,600 jobs worldwide


German industrial giant Siemens plans a major reorganisation of its business, affecting 11,600 workers. The restructuring directly affects 7,600 jobs worldwide, with another 4,000 potentially affected as part of changes to its regional organisation. However a company spokesman said: “Removing jobs in one area does not necessarily have to mean job cuts.” Some staff may be redeployed and Siemens is ...

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