NAM Mission, a charity organization owned by business mogul, Nana Appiah Mensah, in a recent visit to Kasoa announced plans of setting up factories in the municipality to create million jobs for the teeming youth.
This, however, has raised concern amongst Ghanaians whether he would be able to execute the plan.
Speaking to THE PUBLISHER, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, the Communication Director of NAM’s Mission, reassured Ghanaians that the project would commence in few months.
According to him, the organization has already acquired vast lands in the municipality to set up factories that would specialize in different business models.
“I want Ghanaians to remain calm. The most important thing in building factories is the acquisition of the lands and that aspect has been done. We all know he has the resources to put those factories. In a few months the one million jobs that we promised will come into fruition. We are going to set up factories that would specialize in bead-making, shoe-making, dress-making, and many others,” he said.
He disclosed that they have put in place mechanisms to provide loans for persons who would complete training in the respective fields as startup for their respective business model.
The CEO who first made the announcement indicated that it is better to have economic freedom as citizens rather than political freedom.
This, according to him, informs the resolution of his charity to organization to complement the area of job creation in the country.
NAM Mission is geared towards the provision of aid to the under-privileged and needy in society as well as the development of deprived communities across the country.
Its major aim is to offer a positive change in state welfare and development for national economic growth with a foresight of becoming a leading charity organization through State Welfare Activism.
By: Emmanuel Yeboah Britwum