“Looking at what is happening in the labour front, it is the youth and the vulnerable in society that suffer a lot and there is the need for them to consider the plight of the young and vulnerable people in society who cannot do anything for themselves,” he said.
The YPYC is a youth development organisation that focuses on the development and empowerment of the youth on leadership and entrepreneurial skills.
Mr Okrah told the Daily Graphic in an interview that the services of doctors and pharmacists as well as other medical practitioners were essential to the development of the country.
He also called on government and all agencies involved in the negotiation process to be truthful and honest in the negotiation process and address the issue with urgency.
“There is the need for them to be definite about when they are going to pay the doctors and also live up to their promises so that we don’t keep going back and forth about the strike,” he added.
He also appealed to social commentators to be circumspect and think about the young people and the vulnerable in society before making any remarks in the media.