Without mincing words, the Executive Secretary of the National Service Scheme (NSS), Hon. Osei Assibey Antwi has hit the hammer right on the head of the nail so far as the spare of the graduate unemployment rate in Ghana is concerned.
“Let me share some key advice with you, Get serious! National Service is a stepping stone to personal and professional growth. Education, discipline, and commitment are the keys to success.” the onetime Kumasi Mayor pointed out.
The NSS, in collaboration with T-Tel, is offering specialized training to equip our personnel with essential teaching skills.
“I visited the KNUST Kumasi campus on the 17th of October 2023. It was an incredible opportunity to engage with our future leaders and educators. During my visit, I had a valuable conversation with the students about an exciting initiative.
“I encouraged them to seize this opportunity with dedication and enthusiasm. It’s not just about fulfilling their NSS obligations, but also about building a foundation for their future careers and making a lasting impact in the field of education.” NSS posted on its Facebook wall.
According to Hon. Osei Assibey Antwi, “It was a pleasure to meet the bright minds at KNUST, and I’m confident that our collaboration will yield positive results. Let’s continue to work together for a brighter and more educated Ghana!.
Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Kwabena Danso Dapaah