Speaking on Saturday in Accra at the Global Citizen Festival, Nana Addo persuaded the populace to accept this duty for the sake of all.
He feels that it is impossible to overstate the youth’s ability to support, advocate for, and achieve objectives like ending poverty and providing high-quality education.
We have a brief window of opportunity to take significant action to help millions of people escape poverty, advance inclusivity and equality, and protect the environment, he said.
In addition, Nana Akufo-Addo stated that he will be working with the government of Southern Africa to develop the African Prosperity Fund, a $1 billion fund.
“It will fund critical and transformational projects on the continent in the areas of infrastructural development, financial access and participation of women and youth, education healthcare, technology ad sustainability,” he said.
In order to achieve the policy agenda focusing on empowering girls and women, preserving the earth, embracing inclusivity, and bringing about change, the Global Citizen Festival aims to bring together artists and international leaders.