The aspiring parliamentary applicant for the Mfantseman) James Korsah-Brown has called on administrators of the Coronavirus Alleviation Programme (CAP) to make circumstances for accessing the plan versatile for business proprietors.
The organization assist scheme was founded by President Akufo-Addo to assist Compact and Medium-scale Enterprises (SMEs) impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
But Mr Korsah-Brown who is contesting the Mfantseman seat on the ticket on the governing New Patriotic Get together (NPP) says some company entrepreneurs have complained about troubles in accessing the scheme.
He lauded President Akufo-Addo for the initiative but appealed to managers to set in place adaptable modes for accessing it to help SMEs sector to increase their firms and make use of much more folks.
The Parliamentary Aspirant who produced the attraction at Saltpond expressed issue about how younger people engaged in fishing, farming and buying and selling have been tagged by society as ‘uneducated’.
In accordance to Mr Korsah-Brown this erroneous notion had killed the interest of quite a few youthful individuals in that sector who identified it tough to get accessibility to money to start off their own firms, leaving several of them disappointed.
Mr Korsah-Brown urged the youth in that sector to embrace the fund, which he claimed experienced the least expensive professional financial loan interest in the system to set up companies to make them self-reliant.
He also pledged his personalized aid to modest enterprises to promote development with his banking and global trade qualifications.
He appreciated government’s initiatives in bringing influenced companies and organizations again to life