Professor Mkumbo made the remarks over the weekend at the event where he presented a 550m / – check to 55 young people who managed to get ads through the Big Joe Deal (Mchongo wa Big Joe) .
Young people were selected from their business ventures, 55 of them were successful and qualified for business, each receiving 10 million / -.
“The government’s goal is to create an environment conducive to business, investment and innovation to involve many young people, including even by facilitating stakeholders,” he said.
He said he was among the beneficiaries through the radio stations in which he discussed various issues and that the government appreciates the contributions of these institutions in improving employment opportunities for young people.
“On behalf of the government, I would like to congratulate Clouds Media Group (CMG) through its Managing Director, Joseph Kusaga (Big Joe) for his enormous contribution in helping the government provide jobs for the youth of the country,” said added Professor Mkumbo. .
For his part, Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Amos Makalla said the government recognizes the contribution of the private sector in the employment issue, and will continue to work with it.
Speaking on behalf of the RC, Kinondoni District Commissioner Godwin Gondwe said the government is establishing a friendly environment to ensure that young people engage in various business activities for their economic well-being.
CMG CEO Joseph Kusaga called on young people who passed the “Big Joe Deal” competition not to be mean, but rather to educate their fellow students on how to be successful.