The acting munincipal director of National Youth Authority Mr Yussif Badawe has called on all young Ghanian women in this country to defend the country’s moderate stance in facing all social ills afflicting the nation.
“Ultimately, young people must know that the future of this great nation lies in their hands,” he said.
Mr Yussif stated this at Adanwomasi during a health talk organized by the National Youth Authority in the Adanwomasi SHS in the Kwabre East municipal in the aid of empowering the leadership qualities of one thousand females to see themselves as agent of change for Ghana.
Mr Yussif believes that apathy is among the biggest obstacles to moderation as people feel they cannot do much.
“The greatest injustice is surrendering our ability to make change to this nation.
“It’s high time the silent majority stands up and speaks out.
The kwabre East Munincipal Health Director, Mr Samuel Osei Somuah urge the young girls in Ghana to keep their self and environment clean so that they would not contact any infection.He added that, having premarital sex has a serious implication to the health especially when having unprotected sex.
The Munincipal Chief Executive for Kwabre, Hon Osei Asibey Bonsu urge the students to study hard and make education their priority rather than engaging in social vices.He also advise the just SHS levers to note that, going to university is not the only option to become somebody in future but they can enter into technical and vocational trainings to make ends meet.
Rev.Dr Amadie,a philanthropist advise every young girl in the country to desist from taking hard drugs like tramadol, cocaine, “wee”‘ and other alcoholic drinks. Sharing her life experience in school, Rev Amadie explained that, upon all the difficulties in pass through when she was in school,she did not allow any man to deceived her and has helped her to reach her dreams.
Some of the students at the Adanwomasi SHS who took part of the education express their happiness and thanks the organizers of the program for educating them on such important issues.
Credit: Akwadaa Nyame (Silver FM)