Mensin Gold Limited as part of it’s social responsibilities has at least trained 15 youth for employable skills as it is still committed to providing support for the youth and people of Bibiani and it’s neighboring communities.
Mr Samuel Takyi, the Operations manager for the Mensin Gold Bibiani Limited urged the Youth of Bibiani who have been trained on how to operate heavy duty machines and had also employed to be Ambassadors for the mines and for that matter the community to discard the perceptions that the Youth are against the Mining company.
At a graduation ceremony to present award of certificates to the graduands who have passed out successfully from Dunktruck operation at Owuradu Yard, the operation manager advised the graduands to eschew any form of professional misconduct that will jeopardize their future and will also bring the name company into disrepute. However, He admonished them to explain plans the company has for others.
The sustainability Manager of Mensin Gold Bibiani Limited, Lawyer Emmanuel Aidoo urged the people especially the youth to always resolve issues with dialogue so that together the mines and the entire community can forge ahead for massive development.
The Assembly members of the two beneficiary communities, Old Town and Zongo electoral areas, Hon Zakari Mubarik and Hon Mohammed Abdullah respectively showed appreciation to Mensin Gold.
According to them though it’s historic, since 1892 when mining officially started in Bibiani nothing like that had happened before.
However looking at the crunch of Youth who are struggling to get job in order to make ends meet, the Assembly members pleaded the Mensin Gold management to continue with such training programmes to be able absorb majority of the youth since the number they have trained is not enough.
Some of the trainees eulogized the Leaders who championed the cause of the training programme and Management of the Mensin Gold for the support.
They promised to work assiduously to justify the confidence reposed in them by their Leaders and Management of the mines.
Awuku Addo, Bibiani.