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Some Specific NABCo Beneficiaries Given Two weeks Leave

The said directive was given on 29 October 2021 and signed by Douglas Nii Teiko Annan of Ghana Standard Authority.

“As part of the exit plan of NABCO program which ends this month, we write to inform all NABCO trainees to proceed on 2 weeks mandatory leave effective Monday 2021-11-01 to 2021-11-15.

This mandatory leave has become necessary for management in consultation with the National Nabco Secretariat to plan and strategies on retaining trainees for the services of the authority.

Trainees should note that any feedback that may arise earlier than the said date shall be communicated accordingly.

We seize this opportunity to wish all trainees a restful leave.

Kindly take note and be guided accordingly.” The letter pointed


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