NAM Mission, as part of its core mandate of providing economic freedom for Ghanaian citizenry, has committed to creating a million jobs in the Kasoa municipality in the next coming months.

The Chief Executive Office for the organization, Nana Appiah Mensah, made the poignant announcement when officials of the Mission visited the Chiefs and people of Kasoa.

Having acquired vast lands at the municipality, NAM Mission already has plans of setting up factories that would specialize in shoe-making, dress making, building, bead-making, mechanics and electrical and many others. A targeted million jobs are expected to be created by the establishment of such factories in the municipality.

Nana Appiah Mensah stated that, it is better to have economic freedom as citizens of the country rather than political freedom – and that informs the resolution of his charity organization to complement the area of job creation in the country.

Aside the creation of jobs, NAM Mission is also keen on self-sustenance; therefore, mechanisms have also been put in place to provide loans for persons that would complete training in the respective fields of the factories – as startup for their respective business models.

During another visit to the Muslim Chief of Kasoa, Nana Appiah Mensah announced that, the Mission has already started the construction of a new palace for the Chief, and it’s expected to be completed very soon.

On the steady growth of the NAM Missions Club, which has such a strong base at Kasoa, Nana Appiah Mensah promised the establishment of the Club in all 275 Constituencies across the country – and assured them of jobs and self-sustenance via the NAM Mission.