- Tema East MP has urged NPP youths to exercise patience with regards to the provision of employment
- He has asked youths not to resort to braking the law
Hon. Member of Parliament (MP) for the Tema East constituency. has urged disgruntled members of the Invisible Forces not to refrain from taking act that would break the law
Speaking on Asempa FM's Ekosii Sen on August 2nd, Hon. Daniel Nii Kwartei Titus-Glover sent a message of caution asking for patience from the angry NPP affiliated group. The Tema East legislator expressed that the unemployment issue was a widespread one, and that government was working on it.
Hon. Daniel Nii Kwartei said that the New Patriotic Party Government was working towards creating space for the party's youth and that of the rest of the country.
“I am pleading with the youth to exercise patience. Marching straight to a town hall meeting and interrupting it is uncalled for and won’t condone it."
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"I remember meeting the man who led the angry supporters in July and I told him we are working on their unemployment and so I was very sad to hear that they stormed the place to cause mayhem," he said.
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Hon. Titus-Glover was responding to an incident where unhappy members of the Invisible Forces marched into a Town Hall event organized by the Ministry of Information, and vented their frustrations.
Venting their frustrations, Invisible Forces members stated that if the promise of employment made to them isn't fulfilled, the instances of violence that occurred in Kumasi would be replicated in Tema.
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