Youth Agenda TV is offering you the platform to go viral with your business products Are you between the ages of 18 and 35 years and have a business product you would like to showcase to a wider audience? The ‘Entrepreneurial series’ of Youth Agenda TV is offering every young entrepreneur a once in a […]
Ever seen or lived in a house built with plastic bottles? Well It was exciting over the weekend when the team led by Justina Yeboah engaged Paul Coffie Bebobru Jnr, CEO of Toahouse at Cuppa Cappuccino This is a young man who is constructing affordable yet attractive modern houses with plastic bottles and has made […]
1. Sangu Delle An author and entrepreneur graduated from Harvard with highest Honors in African Studies and Economics and an MBA where he was awarded the Thomas Hoopes Prize, the reverend Peter Gomes prize for Citizenship and Leadership and the Philippe Wamba Prize. In 2011, he was nominated by esteemed Harvard professor Henry Louis […]
Reputed rating establishment and Africa’s leading Media and Public Relations firm, Avance Media has announced the 50 finalists for the 2016 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians ranking. The ranking which was launched last year had the Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas voted as the 2015 Most Influential Young Ghanaian. After receiving nominations from the public […]
Renowned entrepreneur, business magnate, philanthropist and chancellor of the University of Education Winneba, Alhaji Asuma Banda has appealed to the government of Ghana to prioritize job opportunities for graduates. According to him, allowing students to work while schooling would help them gain experience in the job market before graduation. This he said would curb the […]
A group of students at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has introduced what they call a cashless microfinance system to support farmers. The system is facilitated by a device known as the Barter Trade Meter or ‘BT Meter’ that confirms weight and prices of farm produce according to market trends. The […]
The Pro Vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has bemoaned how the nation treats outstanding achievers in Ghanaian society who have made impacts in their communities. According to Prof. George Kwaku Oduro, distinguished individuals who deserve awards and recognition in the Ghanaian society are rather sidelined while people are considered based on their political […]
In a live Q&A in Rome on Monday, Mark Zuckerberg was asked to name three traits of people who make it to the top. First and foremost, successful entrepreneurs have a specific vision , the Facebook (FB) co-founder and CEO said. They pinpoint the exact problem that they’re trying to solve. “If you want to […]
The Unemployment situation among the youth is a topical subject across the country and has been discussed at length by political groups, think tanks and other institutions concerned, although little has been achieved in the bid to wrestle the problem. Today more and more graduates are falling within the unemployment bracket, instead of getting meaningful […]
The Youth Agenda Series is an online & electronic TV program that seeks to create a platform where 3 critical subjects that directly bother on Ghana’s youth are discussed and brought to the viewing public and to the attention of youth advocate groups, policy influencers, lobbyists and policy makers. The subjects cover 3 main areas […]
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Like they say, ‘when two elephants fight, the grass suffers’.
Today, young people are lost and caught in the middle of heated debate between the two major political parties we have in the country. Even worse, we have many young people joining the unhealthy fray instead of taking a stand geared towards getting our leaders to redirect their focus towards national development.
The polarized nature of our political system today has stifled Ghana’s growth and stagnated its progress. The program will seek to discuss ways by which we can encourage young people to be more independent and assertive in their thinking regardless of their political affiliation.
The program will discuss ways by which we can help young people find their voice in the governance process and actively involve them in the growth the country desperately needs. The Youth Agenda TV Series will be a platform where young people will have the opportunity to voice out their hard concerns about recent happenings in the political space ranging from corruption, political appointment, accountability(at the district and state levels), trading of indecent language between political leaders and a host of others.
The program will also bring to light and teach key leadership skills young people need to start adopting and these will cover communication and public speaking, diplomacy, self-confidence, volunteerism and community or social work etc.