President Ghani asks Kapisa youths to follow implementable plans

KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during his visit to the northern province of Kapisa, met with a number of youths and civil society activists and asked them to determine practical and Afghanized targets, Bakhtar News Agency reported Friday.
Representing others, Ghulam Murtaza Khashee, Shukib Kohistani shared information about the Kapisa youths’ problems in different fields, and asked the president for providing jobs and education scholarships as well as paying serious attention to the Albiruni University of the province and transparency in the upcoming elections, said the agency quoting a statement from The Presidential Press Office.
They praised the country’s president’s national, regional and international programs, peace program and launching the infrastructural projects, said the agency.
The country’s president asked the youth to take part in a meeting expected to be soon held for the country’s youths, at the Presidential Palace, the agency added.
President Ghani said basic changes, based on a sound competition, would be brought in the next four months, and the women participation was the most important and the women would be appointed in the higher government posts.
“You are the generation of opportunity. Most of your opportunities are lost, but what give me hope is your commitments in all areas, particularly in elimination of unemployment and fighting drugs,” said the agency. He asked the youth to follow a target to be implementable and Afghanized. “We should have practical and scheduled plans,” said the country’s president.

The Kabul Times

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