Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Jocelyn Fit Fashion, Cake and Décor, Mrs.
Joyce Pechi Anim, has advised graduates to start their own business and stop
begging for petty jobs.
She made this remarks during the 2nd graduation ceremony held at the Koforidua Cultural Center over the weekend on a theme; ‘Learn Skills to the Highest’.
Six (6) graduates got certificate, 4 of them tailed fashion and Design while the other
two pursued cake and pastries.
Mrs. Anim revealed about 83 apprentices have graduated from the center following its invention back in 2004.
Speaking to the media, she entreated his people to use the skills they have acquired to create jobs for others to help reduce unemployment rate in the country.
“I will advise them not to put aside what they have learnt. I don’t want to see any of them selling pure water or doing other jobs. They should do everything possible to establish their own business as they step out” she advised.
Mrs. Joyce Pechi Anim, CEO
She has therefore call on the government to provide support for her firm to able to admit more students to impact skills on them to benefit the nation.
The guest speaker for the occasion, Rev. Fernand Otibu, a lecturer at the Koforidua Technical University also said, the perception or ideology that vocational school are meant for the illiterate is a fallacy and that, urging grandaunts to focus to bring innovations going forward.
On the lighter note, he appealed to the government to partner private vocational institutions in order to promote vocational and technical education.
Source: Sylvester Ntim/Joydaddymultimedia.com