“These boys selling coconut, you do not respect them, but do you know what they make a day? You have no idea, how much do they buy it, assuming they buy one at ¢1.50 and sell it ¢2.50 look at the kind of profit they are making at the end of the day, it is more than you sitting in the office.”
“Two or more people can collaborate and come out together with solid ideas and government will be willing to support them.”
About a 100,000 unemployed youth were recruited in October 2018 to serve in various state institutions as part of the NABCo initiative for a period of three years.
The policy is aimed at providing jobs for the teeming tertiary graduates who are struggling to find jobs.