“Goodbye”: Government officially ends NABCO; Says trainees are at liberty to opt out

Akufo-Addo'ss government ends NABCO

Akufo-Addo'ss government ends NABCO

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s government has announced the official end of the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) programme for graduates across the country.

The NABCO Secretariat in a statement said, the three (3) years temporal Job created for over 90,000 NABCO trainees/graduates has officially come to an end.

The Secretariat of NABCO indicated that, they are currently processing the stipends for September and October 2021 for all interns.

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According to the Secretariat, based on the defined period of three years (i.e. thirty-six months) of engagement on NABCO, this will be the final stipends paid to all trainees.

“In line with your exit arrangements you will now be given an opportunity to join the exit preparation Talent Pool pending future job and training opportunities. However, where your MIP has decided to go into an arrangement with you that would be independent of NABCO and solely between you and the MIP.”

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The CPTP Trainee are directed to note that, while they can access training and other mentoring opportunities during this period, they will not be entitled to any further stipends during their time on the Talent Pool, as they wait to be hired. “You are at liberty to opt out of this at will, by utilizing the decline procedure on your portal.” The statement said.

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The notice on the NABCO Secretariat online portal for all trainees said, “We value and appreciate your growth while on the scheme, and we will encourage you to take advantage of the skills and experience acquired in your future career pursuit. Our best wishes to you for the future.”

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


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