Diana Asamoah thinks that young people in Ghana are currently facing difficulties because they are more interested in fast money than in a steady source of income.
She claims that after finishing school, a lot of young people become impatient and want to live the kinds of lives that others have developed over ten to twenty years, which causes needless complaints about hardship.
Ghana can succeed as a nation, according to the gospel singer, if the desire for fast money is eliminated and trust in the process is prioritized over following it.
“Today’s high school graduates want to buy a Range Rover. This is concerning and the cause of people’s difficulties. They don’t want to go through the steps and gradually better themselves.