Trainees under the Nations builders corps (Nabco) have expressed their grievances to the Man of the land, President Akufo-Addo over his silence on the delay of their stipends . In a Facebook post, trainees revealed that they have tediously worked for three months but haven’t receive a penny for work done. They however have written to question the president of the land if the Nabco initiative was introduced to do them good or harm to graduates .
Below is the statement to the president
WE ARE ALMOST IN OUR 9month since Nabco started operations, trainees started facing challenges,trainees have been complaining from day 1 concerning the payment of this gh700 chop money and lorry fare,
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Don’t you think NANA ADDO BEING AN ELDERLY PERSON AND ALSO A REASONABLE human being, NOT TO TALK OF HE BEING THE NATION FATHER,HE SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST COME OUT AND SAY SOMETHING THAT WILL PUT US ON OUR TOES AND ALSO ENCOURAGES US FOR US TO SEE THE BENEFIT OF HIS AGE SENSIBILITY?….
WHY HAS NANA ADDO KEPT MUTE ON TRAINEES DAIRY COMPLAINTS?
WHAT SHOWS THAT HE IS THE PRESIDENT AND THE MAIN PERSON WHO BROUGHT NABCO?
IF YOU HAVE CHALLENGES CAUSING WHAT WE ARE FACING CURRENTLY,AS A PRESIDENT MUST YOU BE COWARD ENOUGH NOT TO BE ABLE TO AIR YOUR GRIEVANCES THAN TO KEEP MUTE?
MR PREZ are you helping us or you are putting us into problems?
In fact thinking critically about this,it looks like NANA ADDO is rather playing us wicked….
Three month of work,with no pay?
THIS IS UNSCRUPULOUS PROMISED!!!!!