Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has assured new graduates from the University of Professional Studies (UPSA) that the next budget will prioritize programmes that will support graduates to become their own bosses.
He said the government is determined to create an enabling environment for the youth to create their enterprises.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony at UPSA on Friday, October 15, he said “this budget that we are going to be doing is going to really focus on the youth and we will have a programme here, looking at the youth and demands and how we can structure, in the next two or three years, the Ghana Obaatanpa Programme to ensure that you become your own bosses and you become entrepreneurs.
“So there is a new world out there, it is not a factory that employs ten people, but individuals like you employ two or three of four-five people to create that energy for our country to transform.”
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