Officials of No Business As Usual(NBU) Project have organised an outreach event program for Senior Hugh School students and graduates in Ashanti region.
The program was called “EduFair 2019” and was held in collaboration with Luv FM at the Kumasi City Mall.
Pomp attendance of students from schools including Yaa Asantwaa and St. Louis Senior High Schools characterised the occasion among other titillating side attractions such as music performance by free-style rappers, games, free health screening, exhibition of the services of travel and tour agencies, GIMPA and other institutions.
The purpose of the event was to ignite and stir up the passion of participants towards enterprenurship.
This was realised as students during the event were charged through motivational talks which were delivered by accomplished entrepreneurs who were invited as speakers for the occassion.
Madam Esther Matey, Coordinator for No Business As Usual Project in a press briefing made an indication that the low standard of enterprenurial zeal among the youth especially students calls for much sensitization and guidance.
Considering the state of affairs, she stressed that students and for that matter the youth should be encouraged and assisted to embrace enterprenurship as done in other developed countries.
The youth she continued should be counseled on how to identify their talent and how to effectively utilise it to achieve their expected vision in life.
Making deductions from a diagrammatic presentation on the tree of life, Madam Esther
Matey disclosed that every individual is endowed with exceptional talents, skills , strengths, adding that if the youth of today are assisted to identify them, they will be able to progress in life by making good use of them.