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Try Priesthood, Scott tells Jobless Youths

guy-scott-zambiaAfter under-performing in creating employment opportunities that the PF government promised youths during campaigns for the last year’s general election in September 2011, Vice-President Guy Scott is now encouraging youths to become pastors and priests.

Dr Scott has said young people should also consider the pastoral work as a way of serving the country in a different capacity.

He is disappointed that most youths were not interested to become clergy men and only wanted the formal conventional jobs.

The Vice-President said this at a graduation ceremony for pastors at the International Bible College of Zambia.

The PF promised employment for youths within 90 days after coming into power. However, the young people have grown disgruntled at the limited chances that the government has created for over one year in office.

6 Comments

  1. Seed Inspector

    How unemployed youths do we have and how many paster do we need. senseless speech, shame on you.

  2. Seed Inspector

    How many unemployed youths do we have and how many paster do we need. senseless speech, shame on you.

  3. Majaliwa

    Seed inspector, “The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few: Luke 10:2″ bring as many unemployed youths as you have… only let them be ready to repent and live the Word.

  4. mutale

    Being a Pastor is a calling! Scott stop being so ignorant! and Pastoring is not the only way to bring people into the kingdom.

  5. CNP-4U

    silu ni silu..how do you encourage youths when you promised them jobs..?

  6. masowe nyanga

    Chaps have failed. They thought running a country was a cghild’s play.

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