Michael Blackson, the Ghanaian comedian based in the US, has announced his plans to reduce graduate unemployment in the country by constructing a factory that would hire 10,000 graduates in Ghana, Nigeria, and Liberia.
The actor said that he will achieve this by soliciting assistance from select Americans in a tweet posted on January 23.
He further stated that he would construct additional schools for the nation’s least fortunate citizens.
Taking to Twitter, he wrote:
I’m definitely building more schools for the less fortunate kids but for the adults, I’m thinking about a few things. I’ll talk to some folks in the states and see if we can build a huge factory that could employ about 10k or more college graduates in 🇬🇭 🇱🇷 and 🇳🇬