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NABCo Trainees Petition Parliament Over 9-Month Unpaid Allowance



Members of the Aggrieved NABCo Trainees Association have petitioned parliament over their nine-month unpaid allowance which, they say, has impoverished them.

The leadership of the group petitioned parliament through the MP for North Tongu, Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, who received their petition in Accra on Tuesday, 13 December 2022.

In the petition, they appealed to the lawmaker to impress upon the Speaker of Parliament to, as a matter of urgency, order Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, before Christmas Day, to pay all the arrears NaBCo trainees are owed and other outstanding arrears since the year 2019.

Furthermore, they want the NABCo Secretariat to track all arrears payments from the portal of NaBCo trainees since the year 2019 and schedule them for immediate payment before 25 December 2022, “as they convinced us to believe that the problem of irregular payment (arrears) and NaBCo trainees not validated for payment” were a result of an “oversight and network challenges beyond their control”.

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