Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Public, Private Sectors Must Invest in Youth


Anonymous said...

It has always been a good idea to invest on the youth, but unfortunately after spending all the money on travelling, staying in the best Hotels accompanied by wives, there's hardly anything left for the kids, SOoooo kids get into trouble, Jailed for endless years before appearing in Court.
Whose fault is it?

Son-of-man said...


You actually look like this Picture? I don't believe it! You mean you had us thinking you were some decrepit vagrant, with a fly-trap for his mouth, when in reality you are a healthy, handsome African Prince?

So you have the last laugh! garcon ou pas ka fe blagh.

Anonymous said...

Pope Francis says evolution is real and God is no wizard

“When we read about Creation in Genesis, we run the risk of imagining God was a magician, with a magic wand and able to do everything. But that is not so,” said the Pope.

Anonymous said...

There's too much EXCESS here on what. Too little on HOW?

Anonymous said...

A whole load of crap again. The private sector does not have excess capacity in terms markets for largely absent production lines for things people will pay for or want to buy. Why invest? And in what?

All the governments to date are focused on retaining titles by creating projects to make them look good for the next elections. Where does the investment in youth have any role to play in that?

So you are just blowing hot air as usual. Last time you intimated that you did not know that our borbolist culture extended to members in both political camps. Naïve people, the likes of you blithely call these rogues in both camps, party members, then talk and write a whole load of crap.