20th December, 2016

| Updated Mar 19, 2017 at 5:00pm

 

 

The Daily Heritage acknowledges the need for the country tertiary institutions to improve dialogue with industries in tailoring curricula that meet industry requirements such that graduates will be employable.

The paper says the teeming number of graduates who are unemployed makes it clear of this need.

The Heritage however challenges graduates to equip themselves with skills that can make them think outside the box.

The Ghanaian Times describes as refreshing two reconciliatory statements made by President Elect Nana Akufo Addo during last Sunday's NPP Thanksgiving Service.

The paper believes the call by Nana Addo for all party supporters to leave above bitterness that characterized the campaign and act with kindness, generosity and magnanimity towards one another is in the right direction.

The Times believes that Ghana has come far in consolidating democratic gains, and therefore shameful for the country to go through post election violence.

The Times says the platform on which the President Elect made these statements is appropriate as it would deter party supporters who may want to engage in any form of post election.

The Times calls on all to focus on peace, to provide the incoming government with the wherewithal to concentrate on governance for national development.

GBC

20th December, 2016

The Daily Heritage acknowledges the need for the country tertiary institutions to improve dialogue with industries in tailoring curricula that meet industry requirements such that graduates will be employable.

The paper says the teeming number of graduates who are unemployed makes it clear of this need.

The Heritage however challenges graduates to equip themselves with skills that can make them think outside the box.

The Ghanaian Times describes as refreshing two reconciliatory statements made by President Elect Nana Akufo Addo during last Sunday's NPP Thanksgiving Service.

The paper believes the call by Nana Addo for all party supporters to leave above bitterness that characterized the campaign and act with kindness, generosity and magnanimity towards one another is in the right direction.

The Times believes that Ghana has come far in consolidating democratic gains, and therefore shameful for the country to go through post election violence.

The Times says the platform on which the President Elect made these statements is appropriate as it would deter party supporters who may want to engage in any form of post election.

The Times calls on all to focus on peace, to provide the incoming government with the wherewithal to concentrate on governance for national development.

GBC

20th December, 2016

The Daily Heritage acknowledges the need for the country tertiary institutions to improve dialogue with industries in tailoring curricula that meet industry requirements such that graduates will be employable.

The paper says the teeming number of graduates who are unemployed makes it clear of this need.

The Heritage however challenges graduates to equip themselves with skills that can make them think outside the box.

The Ghanaian Times describes as refreshing two reconciliatory statements made by President Elect Nana Akufo Addo during last Sunday's NPP Thanksgiving Service.

The paper believes the call by Nana Addo for all party supporters to leave above bitterness that characterized the campaign and act with kindness, generosity and magnanimity towards one another is in the right direction.

The Times believes that Ghana has come far in consolidating democratic gains, and therefore shameful for the country to go through post election violence.

The Times says the platform on which the President Elect made these statements is appropriate as it would deter party supporters who may want to engage in any form of post election.

The Times calls on all to focus on peace, to provide the incoming government with the wherewithal to concentrate on governance for national development.

GBC

20th December, 2016

The Daily Heritage acknowledges the need for the country tertiary institutions to improve dialogue with industries in tailoring curricula that meet industry requirements such that graduates will be employable.

The paper says the teeming number of graduates who are unemployed makes it clear of this need.

The Heritage however challenges graduates to equip themselves with skills that can make them think outside the box.

The Ghanaian Times describes as refreshing two reconciliatory statements made by President Elect Nana Akufo Addo during last Sunday's NPP Thanksgiving Service.

The paper believes the call by Nana Addo for all party supporters to leave above bitterness that characterized the campaign and act with kindness, generosity and magnanimity towards one another is in the right direction.

The Times believes that Ghana has come far in consolidating democratic gains, and therefore shameful for the country to go through post election violence.

The Times says the platform on which the President Elect made these statements is appropriate as it would deter party supporters who may want to engage in any form of post election.

The Times calls on all to focus on peace, to provide the incoming government with the wherewithal to concentrate on governance for national development.

GBC

20th December, 2016

The Daily Heritage acknowledges the need for the country tertiary institutions to improve dialogue with industries in tailoring curricula that meet industry requirements such that graduates will be employable.

The paper says the teeming number of graduates who are unemployed makes it clear of this need.

The Heritage however challenges graduates to equip themselves with skills that can make them think outside the box.

The Ghanaian Times describes as refreshing two reconciliatory statements made by President Elect Nana Akufo Addo during last Sunday's NPP Thanksgiving Service.

The paper believes the call by Nana Addo for all party supporters to leave above bitterness that characterized the campaign and act with kindness, generosity and magnanimity towards one another is in the right direction.

The Times believes that Ghana has come far in consolidating democratic gains, and therefore shameful for the country to go through post election violence.

The Times says the platform on which the President Elect made these statements is appropriate as it would deter party supporters who may want to engage in any form of post election.

The Times calls on all to focus on peace, to provide the incoming government with the wherewithal to concentrate on governance for national development.

GBC

20th December, 2016

The Daily Heritage acknowledges the need for the country tertiary institutions to improve dialogue with industries in tailoring curricula that meet industry requirements such that graduates will be employable.

The paper says the teeming number of graduates who are unemployed makes it clear of this need.

The Heritage however challenges graduates to equip themselves with skills that can make them think outside the box.

The Ghanaian Times describes as refreshing two reconciliatory statements made by President Elect Nana Akufo Addo during last Sunday's NPP Thanksgiving Service.

The paper believes the call by Nana Addo for all party supporters to leave above bitterness that characterized the campaign and act with kindness, generosity and magnanimity towards one another is in the right direction.

The Times believes that Ghana has come far in consolidating democratic gains, and therefore shameful for the country to go through post election violence.

The Times says the platform on which the President Elect made these statements is appropriate as it would deter party supporters who may want to engage in any form of post election.

The Times calls on all to focus on peace, to provide the incoming government with the wherewithal to concentrate on governance for national development.

GBC



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