The Managing Proprietor of the Believers Inn, a popular restaurant located at the Kumasi Central Police Station, Mr Nicolas Djonor has stressed the need for the youth to develop interests in small businesses such as food vending to make ends meet.
He noted that society usually underrates such petty jobs which are lucrative.
Speaking to this reporter in an interview, Mr Djonor also known as NICO expressed worry that many youth have been complaining about the lack of jobs in the country when they could create one for themselves.
He kicks against the notion that it is always the responsibility of the government to provide jobs for the people, arguing that the destiny of the youth is in their own hands.
"I started this food vending business with a small amount of capital, but through humility and dedication to duty, my business continue to grow and l don't see the reason why many youth have been denouncing this simple but lucrative business and loitering around and putting blame on the government about their job problems," he stated.
Mr Dionor urged the youth to stop their laziness and find something to do.
"It is the time that the youth should be proactive to engage themselves in any jobs that can earn them income to see their way through," he admonishes.