By Emmanuel Oti Acheampong
Lead patron of the Duo Concept Foundation and Public Affairs Director of the Parliament of Ghana, Ms. Kate Addo has urged the youth to prioritize volunteerism and mentorship opportunities as a means of improving their career chances at every level of their social lives.
Speaking to children at the Great Mission International during the Easter celebrations, Madam Kate urged the youth to be submissive, tolerant and willing to learn from experienced professionals within any field of interest.
“The sure way to perfect your craft and your God given talent is to identify a mentor and be willing to learn”
She added that the new digital era gives young people opportunities to explore and identify mentors regardless of distance.
“You don’t have to be present to learn from others, you can follow their steps, ask for assistance, and remain connected using current technological tools”.
Ms Kate Addo made these remarks during a donation made to the Great Mission International orphanage home in Nungua as part of the Easter celebration.
A patron of Duo Concept Foundation, Kakra Acheampong in his remarks, urged the children to cultivate the habit of self-discipline and study’s to improve their knowledge.
The foundation, co-founded by Panin and Kakra Acheampong donated items including toiletries, toothpaste, soft drinks and water worth over Ghc 10,000 as part of their contribution towards the festivities.
The drive is to encourage benevolent persons and organizations to support the less privileged to make their lives comfortable.
Duo Concept Foundation is a Non-governmental organization supporting the less privileged, girl child empowerment and educational talk programs across the country.