My peer group and the generation ahead of me have failed the youth of Ghana - KSM

My peer group and the generation ahead of me have failed the youth of Ghana - KSM

- Actor Kwaku Sintim-Misa has averred that his generation has failed the youth of Ghana

- The renowned media personality indicated that his peer group and the immediate generation ahead of him have failed to build on the positive legacies of their forebears

- Sintim-Misa was speaking in an interview on the Taxi Driver Show on Zylofon FM

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The renowned actor and satirist, Kwaku Sintim-Misa, famously known as KSM, has averred that his peer group and the immediate generation ahead of him have failed the youth of Ghana.

The TV show host indicated that every responsible generation must ensure that they build on the positive legacies they inherited to benefit future generations.

Speaking in an interview on the Taxi Driver Show hosted by Blakk Rasta on Zylofon FM, the vocal Sintim-Misa decried the pace of development in the country, adding that his generation has failed to build on the positive legacies of their forebears.

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My peer group and the generation ahead of me have failed the youth of Ghana - KSM
My peer group and the generation ahead of me have failed the youth of Ghana - KSM. Image: crabbimedia
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''We have failed the youth of Ghana because we have degraded our inheritance and the legacies we have left for the youth to inherit is something inferior to what we inherited, and that is wrong. We must always prepare so that the youth inherent a superior legacy, not an inferior one,'' he said.

The media colossus also bemoaned the quality of education bequeathed to the current youth in the country.

''The time I was going to the university, it was one man one bed. I was in my room by myself and at 4:00 am, you come downstairs for tea in the common room; that's what we inherited,'' he said.

Watch the full interview below:

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported single mother Patience Budu has been selling caramelised corn drink known locally as asaana in Tema in the Greater Accra Region for the past decade.

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Budu, who previously sold pastries, works tirelessly to cater for children, including providing essentials for their education and health needs.

Speaking in an interview with SVTV Africa's DJ Nyaami, the mother of three disclosed that it has not been easy taking care of her children singlehandedly.

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