The Daily Graphic welcomes government’s decision to collaborate with the World Bank to facilitate job creation for the youth. The paper says it will ensure that the adverse impact of the COVID-19 on the Ghanaian youth is reduced. It says it is time government collaborated and resourced its agencies charged with the well being of the youth. The GRAPHIC adds that it is time government paid attention to the mental well being of the youth as they require counselling on the challenges COVID-19 had on them in order to be relevant in the society.
The Ghanaian Times says that the Electoral Commission deserves praise for successfully compiling a new voter register. It notes that besides the violence that characterized the exercise, the process was somewhat smooth with the biometric verification devices working satisfactorily. While commending the EC and Ghanaians at large for the success of the exercise, the Ghanaian Times equally condemned acts that threatened to derail the registration but credited the security agencies for nipping them in the bud. The paper hopes that stringent and workable laws are instituted to guide future national registration to avoid violence.