The former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has said that Ghana cannot afford to have young people graduate from various tertiary institutions into a jobless economy.
According to the NDC flagbearer, it is against this backdrop that he is coming back to create sustainable jobs for the youth of the country.
The leader of the NDC made this known when he spoke to some groupings at Battour on North Tongu where he started his tour of the Volta Region from.
John Dramani Mahama said the government will invest in Technical and Vocational education in order to make it free and open to provide skilled training for the youth of Ghana that will make them employable.
Touching on abandoned projects, the NDC presidential candidate promised to complete abandoned hospitals, roads as well as the remainder of the 200 Community Day Senior High Schools started by the NDC government.
Mr Mahama also re-stated his pledge to pay assembly members to enable them to effectively discharge their duties.