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I don’t blame any youth for seeking greener pastures, Ghana’s economy has failed us -Ras Kuuku

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Ghanaian reggae artist Ras Kuuku expressed deep concerns about the economic downturn in Ghana, which has led many young people to seek better opportunities abroad.

He criticized the government’s failure to implement effective measures that would create employment for the nation’s youth, exacerbating their struggles and increasing their hardships.

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Ras Kuuku highlighted the impact of high inflation on the prices of goods, services, and petroleum, making life increasingly difficult for Ghanaian youth.

During the interview, Ras Kuuku justified the youth’s decision to migrate in search of better prospects, citing the lack of support and opportunities within the domestic system.

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He emphasized the challenges faced by citizens due to the constant increases in prices, while salaries remain stagnant, questioning how individuals can improve their quality of life under such circumstances.

The economic challenges have sparked protests and demonstrations among some citizens, reflecting growing discontent with the prevailing conditions in Ghana.

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