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According to him, Ghana emits about 24 megatonnes of carbon dioxide a year currently and believes government’s plan to come out with a coal power plant will certainly aggravate the state of the environment as it spews more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

Ezekiel believes renewable or clean energies like solar energy, wind or biogas are safer and sustainable sources of energy generation and consumption.

“Clean, renewable source of energy does not only guarantee regular energy provision but has inherent job creation opportunities for majority of unemployed or under-employed youth” he hinted.

He therefore called on the Government and the private sector to abolish its decision to establish coal- plant as it stands to defeat the gains made in reducing Ghana’s carbon emissions, as a matter of urgency create Renewable Energy Fund as stipulated in the Renewable Act 2011(ACT 832) and finally demands private sector and other stakeholders to support government in investing into renewable energies as a major source of employment for young people.

Also speaking during the forum, Hon. Percy Ahenakwoah who is the Assemblyman of the area has charged the youth who assumed leadership positions to exhibit qualities of good leadership and to live up to task they have been assigned to play.

He assured the G-ROC team and other partners that his outfit will protect the interest of the community and ensure that Government is held accountable for their deeds.

“We are going to ensure that Gov’t will do the right thing. The saying that the best comes from the west is just a deception and for that matter, we are going to ensure that the right thing is done in the region because our health must be first and everything to be second” he stressed.

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