The board of directors of Nation builders Corps(Nabco) have come out with a Press release to deny the alleged change of logo and cloth by the initiative..
Over the week news by some websites have been circulating on social media about the change of Nabco logo and cloth which is costing the scheme $50,000 . However the scheme has define such news as phony stories..
23rd April, 2019.
The attention of the management of the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) has been drawn to a false news item from www.thenewstateman.com and www.newsghana.info and others suggesting that NABCO is changing its current logo. These portals further suggest that the supposed new NABCO logo project has been awarded to an American Tech and Designing company, Janner Tech Solutions during a board meeting; at a cost of some $50,000. Neither has such action been contemplated nor such a company known to us.
Management of NABCO wishes to state in clear terms that it has no intention of changing its logo nor the cloth. We deem these false and rehearsed tales from such backdoor portals as an elaborate attempt by ill-intentioned opponents of the scheme to smear NABCO’s reputation on its successful delivery of jobs to the teaming unemployed graduates of Ghana.
Our NABCO logo represents our organization well as an enviable brand. We therefore have no plan to change or alter it.
Also, the allegations of a Board meeting and a sanctioned contract award reportedly coming from the CEO of NABCO, Dr Ibrahim Anyars Imoro are utterly false and a figment of their imagination.
If the publishers have evidence to the contrary, they should make that available to the general public. In the absence of which we entreat readers to disregard these fabrications.
Our graduate NABCO Trainees are happy and satisfied with the Nation Builders scheme which has rescued their reputation and put them to work to contribute to nation building.
Thanks for your continued cooperation.
Public Relations Officer for NABCO.
The Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) programme is a government initiative to address graduate unemployment to solve social problems.