Mr Gift K. Denyo, the Managing Director of Multiple Quest, who made the call, said it was cumbersome to start a business due to the bureaucratic delays and frustrations one goes through.
He said it was time government made it more conducive for young entrepreneurs to start and sustain their investments and businesses.
He made the call during the official launch of the company’s 10th anniversary celebration, where a number of activities was outlined for the next 6 months to commemorate the company’s feat.
He said: “Between now and the next 6 months, staff of Multiple Quest would be involved in activities such as clean up exercises and donations to the less privileged, the police stations and hospitals.”
Mr Denyo urged the government to prioritise skills training in schools to ensure that the youth were equipped with the right skills before they complete second cycle institutions, since it was essential for every economy.
He said the company started with a single client but can now boast of more than 300 clients, adding that, the company had also managed to secure its own premises, vehicles and other logistics.
The Company has been in operation since 2007.