NABCO Trainees Association of Ghana (NABTAG)
22nd November, 2021
DO NOT BE INCITED TO INDULGE IN ANY POLITICALLY DRIVEN ACTION PRETEXTING ON FIGHTING FOR NABCO TRAINEES.
In lieu of the current tension premised on the expiration of the three-year NABCO tenure, it appears some politically motivated pressure groups are leveraging on the state of affairs for their political gains.
NABTAG has sighted a flyer on a supposed Press Conference with the caption “Fix the Country in Collaboration with NABCO Trainees”. Clearly, we can lay hold on the fact that the individuals pushing this agenda are running on political influence.
Not many days past, the National Secretariat released a circular directing trainees to remain at post as to serve government the latitude to work on possible ways of permanenting them. What is more, anterior to this directive, the president of the Republic has assured trainees on different occasions the readiness of his government to find a sustainable career path for the current cohort of NABCO beneficiaries.
All of these arrangements prove government’s commitment to tackling unemployment. It will amount to sheer politics for any pressure group to overlook the efforts being put into finding a suitable exit pathway for NABCO trainees.
Government has not neglected the youth in any way. Taking the reasoning far from politics as the pressing issue stages a critical social concern, the present government has comparatively outscored previous governments in instituting measures to mitigate unemployment.
The least probability, provided there could, for NABCO trainees to register their displeasure will not so be done in collaboration with Fix the Country Movement. This only serves as a proof that the individuals behind this unfortunate agenda, who have persistently tagged NABTAG as a political association working in favor of the Akufo Addo-led government are themselves pursuing a political motive by capitalizing on the state of affairs.
We do admit the troubling issues on fair grounds but we have to objectively examine inclusively the mandate of NABCO and score its achievement. Why must we reduce everything to the challenges and not the many other benefits?
We would like to use this avenue to stage our displeasure over the delay in the payment of stipends for September and October. We humbly ask that management steps up its feet to effect payment in the course of the week to enable trainees undertake their daily work routines.
Let us be patient and follow due processes instituted by government to chart the course of securing the future of the youth. NABTAG will not relent in its effort to follow-up with management through to the realization of the common goal.
Payment validation for November will follow suit in the course of time. Trainees should stick to directives from their District Coordinators regarding validation.
Do not indulge in any politically motivated action purposed at sabotaging the good work of government. CPTP trainees will not be left in the cold as far as government’s readiness to secure their future is evident in recent development.
The end can only be great!
National Communication Team Lead.
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