President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has introduced gold awards to 200 younger other people for effectively finishing the prescribed actions of the Head of State Award-Ghana Scheme.

The scheme is a adolescence building programme that seeks to problem younger other people via a balanced programme of voluntary actions.

A non-aggressive programme, the scheme is helping unearth the possible of younger other people in various disciplines and lets in their achievements to be recognised the world over.

It is open to younger individuals from the age of 14 to 24 years regardless of their background and cases.

The President is the executive patron of the scheme.

At the presentation rite on the Jubilee House, Accra, President Akufo-Addo congratulated the gold award winners and referred to as at the country to be offering them all of the encouragement and reinforce they required to develop to turn out to be accountable adults.

“The aspirations and needs of young people and their ability to meet their full potential remains largely unmet due to the myriad of economic challenges we are currently facing. Despite the odds being stacked against them, we know that when the youth are empowered, development outcomes improve,” he identified.

President Akufo-Addo emphasized that the advance of Ghana demanded the lively participation of the adolescence, pronouncing, “for our young people to be in the position to drive this nation to where it ought to be, it is imperative that we equip, train, support and give them a level playing field.”