Mass NABCO Trainees Drop Another Nationwide Picket Date and Venue Over Unpaid of Arrears
As a consequence of the Akufo Addo Government’s failure to resolve their issues, the trainees of the Nation Builders Corp (NABCO) have indicated their willingness to stage another picket on September 6, 2022.
This was stated in a news release published on August 29, 2022.
“Following the recently at the Independence Square on the 18th of August,2022, for which a petition detailing the grievances of NABCO trainees was received by the Deputy Chief of Staff, Mr. Emmanuel Adumua-Bossman, on behalf of the Vice President, H.E. Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, a time window which fell on the 26th August, 2022 was given to the government with the hope of receiving a positive response to the petition”, the statement noted.
“The expiration of the ultimatum has been exceeded by three(3) days , today, August 29. As we already know, NABCO trainees are ONLY two days away from their exit date, 1st September,2022, which was succinctly announced by the finance minister in his budgetary review reading”, the statement also added
The statement indicated that on the day of phase 2 of their picketing if their 10 months unpaid stipends are not paid they won’t leave the premises of the Jubilee House until they are paid.
“The undergone of the silence by government in relation to our petition defines, undeniably, a great sense of uncaring attitude, which further languishes trainees’ welfare”
The statement ended by calling on all NABCO trainees across the length and breath of the country to converge at the Capital city, Greater Accra for the picketing at the Jubilee House which commences from, Obra Spot.