Inform Ghana will on Friday 10, October host a debate at the Kofi Annan Center of Excellence from 6pm-8pm on the topic: “Considering Ghana’s past and present, and as a young citizen, I feel there are more opportunities for me at HOME than Abroad.”
The event dubbed “Hot Kitchen Debate” is put together by BloggingGhana’s InformGhana project. It derives its name and inspiration from the former National Security Advisor, Brigadier-General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (Rtd.), who some weeks ago strongly condemned the many strike actions happening in Ghana. He suggested that people leave the country if they felt the kitchen is too hot for such persons.
Thus, the Hot Kitchen Debate will survey the pulse and sentiments of young people in Ghana about current affairs. This engagement will be hosted between two opposing sides- Home Camp and Away Camp. They will seek to reveal the general thoughts about the country’s socio-economic status currently.
Home Camp: The Kitchen is Hot; however, I will stay home and help.
Away Camp: The Kitchen is Hot, so, I will move away for a better life.
Each camp is expected to work together and come up with the top three reasons they would either stay at home or move out of the country in search of greener pasture.