The UDM criticises governments Youth ministries
By Cindy Witten
26 June 2008
The United Democratic Movement of the Western Cape says the formation of the Youth commissions has not proved to produce substantial results.
According to Velile Yayi these commissions are wasting the tax payers’ money.
“There are no proper programs to develop the youth of South Africa and we think that those monies could be diverted elsewhere and be utilised to its fullest potential.”
They have called upon the president to disband these commissions claiming that their involvement is nothing more than the ANC’s dynasty in all government institutions, and have requested for a youth ministry, that will be dedicated to the development our country’s youth, be formed.
Yayi says that in order for our youth’s status to be elevated, competent people should be appointed to run the Youth Ministry.
By doing so, all their energies can be focused into building our country.