Tuesday, 10 April 2018 12:39 PM

Youth unemployment

Please Editor allow me space to voice out my opinion when referring to youth unemployment. However it is a concern when youths are flooding our town every year, especially school drop out. My simple suggestion is that I know there are people that their fathers or grandfathers had grown coconut plantations or even cocoa farms to sustain their lives at their respective areas. Therefore why not staying at our respective areas and utilize those resources because at the end of the day we are all working for money for living. Secondly why not staying at home and make more gardens for Market at Honiara rather than prefer Honiara which life is very expensive. I think this will help a bit to reduce young youth flooding our town causing a lot of trouble, but instead make some living out of our resources left out at home to help us buy our needs and wants, for example school fees and other necessities.

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