Artist advises youth on unemployment

Tekanyo has used her creativity and skills to eke a living
Tekanyo has used her creativity and skills to eke a living

FRANCISTOWN: A young artist has advised the youth on how to deal with unemployment.

She said hard work and perseverance pay therefore urged unemployed graduates to stop whining about the unemployment crisis but rather use their God-given talents to make money.

Furthermore, she said: "Nowadays education is free on the internet, one can also choose to enroll in different online short courses and learn some skills through YouTube so that you can put food on the table". The 29-year-old Bobonong native, Onyana Tekanyo has used her creativity to curb unemployment and build a better future for herself and her younger sister.

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