Former Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) beneficiaries have served a new notice of picketing at Jubilee House, citing the government’s failure to pay them allowances due to them under the recently ended programme.
In a statement, the NABCO Trainees Association of Ghana expressed concern that previous protests had produced no results.
“Despite exhausting all possible avenues, including the recently held picketing followed by the government’s time window for getting our arrears paid, the same issue persists.” “It is clear that the government is unconcerned about our well-being,” parts of the release stated.
The picket will take place on Tuesday, September 20, 2022.
“The current administration’s level of insensitivity is repugnant to the highest degree.” Trainees should be aware of this new development and keep an eye out for future updates leading up to the exercise on our various platforms,” the statement concluded.
The protest follows the Coalition of NABCO trainees’ recent one on September 6, 2022, after the NABCO programme officially ended on Wednesday, August 31, 2022.
The three-year programme, which began in 2018, will be extended in 2021.
According to the beneficiaries, the nonpayment of the allowances began with the extension.
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