Ghanaian-American comedian, Michael Blackson, has opened up on his plans to create jobs for African youth.
In a series of tweets seen by Newshuntermag.com, the famous entertainer hinted at what he intends to do for the youth.
He stated that Africa has a lot of talent but there are no representations.
To help clamp down on unemployment rates in some parts of Africa, he disclosed his readiness to create 10,000 or more jobs.
According to him, the jobs will be for college graduates in Ghana, Liberia and Nigeria.
Michael further revealed that he will set up Blackson Entertainment to manage musicians, actors and soccer players.
He wrote: “For the talented ones I’m definitely opening up Blackson Entertainment where we will manage musicians, actors and soccer players. 2023 is going to be a special year for my people.
I’m definitely building more schools for the less fortunate kids but for the adults I’m thinking about a few things. I’ll talk to some folks in the states and see if we can build a huge factory that could employ about 10k or more college graduates in 🇬🇭 🇱🇷 and 🇳🇬.”
Michael Blackson added: “Africa has so much talent but no representations, I think it’s time to do something about it. We are the most beautiful, talented and hardest working people on this planet so you can’t go wrong if you take a chance on us.”
He recently commissioned a school built in his hometown in Ghana, Nsaba in the Central Region. The Michael Blackson Academy offers free education to children.