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What Can You Do For Your Country?

… “And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.” – The inauguration of John F. Kennedy as the 35th President of the United States which was held on Friday, January 20, 1961 at the East Portico of the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. 

Just imagine if Martin Cooper (the inventor of the mobile phone) was waiting for any government to enhance communication?

The time has come for the youth of Ghana and Africa as a whole to take up responsibility to spearhead changes in every sphere of life. Ghana and African youths are of great potentials, but how to get it unleashed happens to be the subject matter now.

Before one could become a teacher, he first needs to be a student. Before one could be a parent, he or she first needs to be a child. Before one could be a master, he or she should first be a servant. Before one could be a leader, he or she needs to be a follower. Before one would be a speaker he or she must be a listener. To be a writer, you first need to be a reader. To be a couch, you first need to be a player. To be a trainer, you first need to be a trainee.

This is why EMP has come to stay to mentor the Ghanaian and the African youth to unleash their potential with their Vision; “TO BECOME THE MOST RELIABLE SOURCE OF LIFE TRANSFORMING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE YOUTHS IN AFRICA” and Mission; “TO UNLEASH THE POTENTIALS OF THE FORGOTTEN YOUTH, IN AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE FOR THEIR GROWTH AND IMPACT ON SOCIETY”.

EMP has the single honour of mentoring Ghana and the African Youth so they can rise to that height in every endeavour of life.

The doors of EMP are always opened for mentors, mentees, sponsorship or donations to promote our mentoring program.

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Let’s always meet at the top because that is where we belong.