The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta has advised the 2021 graduating class of UPSA to venture into entrepreneurship According to him, the government payroll is full The finance minister explained that adding more numbers to the already populous public sector payroll will be unsustainable Read more: My boyfriend is not supposed to take care of my needs when we’re dating, that’s why I have parents – Lady says [Video]






Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has advised fresh graduates of the University of Professional Studies-Accra (UPSA) to start their own business. According to him, the government’s payroll is full and it will make it unsustainable to keep adding to the employment figures in the public sector. Read more: Meet The First Ghanaian Woman To Be Appointed General Of The Ghana Armed Forces






He added that the government is spending about 60 per cent of its revenue on remunerating 650,000 people. Read more: Joyce Blessing’s New ‘Wedding Ring’ Months After She Reportedly Divorced Her Husband Sparks M@ssive Controversy On UTV – Watch Video






In a report filed by Ghanaweb.com, Ofori Atta said it is government’s role to create the needed enabling environment, establish micro-stability and ensure that citizens have the right skillset. Read more:Meet 22-year-old UEW Student who Works as Vulcanizer to Fend for Herself






“… most people look for a job from government or state institutions, but that payroll is full. I can tell you that because we are spending about 60 percent of our revenue on remunerating some 650,000 people, and that is not sustainable,” he said. Read more: WorldRemit Cautions Ghanaians On Fraudulent Money Doubling Schemes






Ofori Atta further indicated that entrepreneurship, skillset and credit are the important things needed in the mix to ensure sustainability for the youth and offer them an opportunity to create their own path to wealth. He added that education is a ladder to social mobility as well as economic and social prosperity, offering beneficiaries the opportunity to help society. He added that it is important for the graduates to acknowledge the privilege of accessing four years of tertiary education and do their best to impact society through the transformation and renewal of their minds. Read more: Gospel Musician Moses Ok Ordained. [see photos]

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