Kamal-Deen Abdullai: NPP Deputy National Communication Director Addresses Concerns About Jobless Youth in GH

Kamal-Deen Abdullai: NPP Deputy National Communication Director Addresses Concerns About Jobless Youth in GH

  • NPP Deputy National Communication Director Kamal-Deen Abdullai has intimated that purchasing an iPhone valued at Ghc10,000 when one is unemployed is a cause to be concerned about
  • Kamal-Deen revealed that he saw many of the Ghana Immigration Service applicants holding expensive phones around the recruitment centre
  • He added that as far as he is concerned, one of the primary reasons behind the high unemployment rate among the youth is the attitude with which they approach jobs

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A recent publication by Peacefmonline.com has reported that Kamal-Deen Abdullai, the NPP Deputy National Communication Director has admonished Ghanaian youth to cultivate the right attitude towards work.

According to the report, Kamal-Deen Abdullai shared that many of the youth are fond of using the latest iPhones which cost Ghc10,000 when they have no jobs.

Deputy National Communication Director shares opinion about unemployed Ghanaian you who use iPhones
Kamal-Deen Abdullai in an interview Photo credit: Peacefmonline.com
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The NPP National Communication Director shared that he saw many of the Ghana Immigration applicants showcasing expensive iPhones at the recruitment grounds and he wondered how they regard themselves as unemployed.

"Go and check the applicants for the immigration recruitment. Some are holding an iPhone 12 and the latest phone in town but are in a queue looking for an immigration job. The Ghc 10,000 you're using to buy the phone, that 10,000 can be a startup capital for something else but that person says I am unemployed," he said according to Peacefmonline.com.

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Kamal-Deen also revealed that he is of the conviction that the major cause of unemployment in the country is the mindset the youth have about work.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Ghanaian woman has recently shared how she lost her job as a Client Service Manager after feeling pressured to own an iPhone.

The post, sighted by YEN.com.gh on Twitter shared by @mx24gh had the anonymous lady recounting that her promising career went down the drain after deciding to use the wrong means to acquire her very own iPhone 12.

The young lady shared that she started working with an investment company in January 2021 and was promoted to become a Client Service Manager, which meant she handled all the big portfolios.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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