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On this issues and many others, President of the Unemployed Graduate Network (UGNET) Selorm Kwame Dzramado and #fix the Country campaigners have release a notice to stage a demonstration to parliament dube “YENTUA DEMO” in order to disapprove the propose 2022 budget come Friday, November 26, 2021.
According to the UGNET movement, after reviewing the budget statement and economic policy for the 2022 fiscal year and its impacts on job creation and the current harsh economic conditions in the country, it is necessary to organize this demonstration in order to put our leader on their toes.
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The demonstration is expected to commence from the Tama station through to the Parliament House. The movement has emphatically stated that the government through it policies, have taken an unhealthy stand to drift from its core mandate of providing employment opportunities for graduates, to forcing graduates to be unwilling unemployed.
Moreover, the movement sees the proposed e-levy as a confirmation to their claims.
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Per Coverghana sources, the Ghana Police Service do not approve this demonstration yet the president of the UGNET insists.
Find attached, the full statement issued by the group.