Embrace Hardwork; Rome Was Not Built In A Day – Ursula Advises Youth

Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has implored the Ghanaian youth to work hard and desist from seeking quick money.

There have been series of ritual killings in the country involving the youth seeking instant wealth.

The Ofaakor District Magistrate Court remanded into police custody two teenagers who allegedly killed the 10-year-old.

Speaking on Peace FM’s “Kokrokoo” show, the communications minister described the increasing phenomena of Ghanaian youth desiring to be rich instantly as worrying. “Rome wasn’t built in a day. It’s a gradual process,” she stated.

“Our youth must learn to work hard . . . note that if you see someone in a posh car, it doesn’t mean the person acquired it using foul means. The person worked hard . . . you struggle, you work hard and you build on the little that you have . . . so they have to put in the hard work,” Ursula added.

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