He urges the youth to galvanize support and vote for him massively to win power in November polls.
Dr. Mahama gave the assurance whilst addressing youth in Nungua near Adogon in the Krowor Constituency during a familiarization tour to the area last Sunday.
Most of the youth who listened to Dr. Mahama shared their frustration concerning lack of jobs characterized by undue hardship they have to battle with each day, appealing for his intervention to end the crisis when given the nod.
Dr. Mahama reiterated his message of hope which revolves around his “New Force” which is aimed at fixing youth unemployment which, he estimates, is a big challenge to the nation.
Earlier on Dr. Mahama also visited Alajo Seventh-Day Adventist Church to introduce his 'New Force’ agenda to the youth at a function dubbed the Foundation Stone Laying Service Organized by the Church.
He stressed the need for the youth to ensure that the fear of God guides them in doing what is right always.
Dr. Mahama urged them to vote for him come November 7, pledging he will restore life and hope to all those who are afflicted in any way as a result of bad governance by the current administration.
Meanwhile, Member of Parliament for Ayawaso Central, Henry Quartey has charged pastors and leaders of other religious bodies to guard against inflammatory remarks when delivering sermons to their patrons.
He cautioned the youth to desist from all social vices that seeks to mar the peace Ghana enjoys this election year.
By Joseph Kobla Wemakor|Teshie, Accra|Ghana