The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), of the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) Dr Ibrahim Anyars, has declined commenting on concerns raised by some trainees of the Heal Ghana module under the Nation Builders Corp (NABCo) in the Northern Region.
The trainees in a press statement copy to www.diamondfmonline.com gave the NABCo Secretariat up to Friday October 8th, 2021 to pay their six-months arrears or face their wrath.
According to them, several appeals by the trainees in the Region to the government through the NABCo Secretariat to release their delayed allowance which have not been paid since April 2021 has been ignored.
The trainees said they are left with no option than to hit the streets should government through the secretariat fail to pay the arrears.
However, the NABCo CEO in a telephone conversation with producers of SIASA SAHA, a political talk show on Diamond FM, declined an invitation to respond to the claims by the NABCo trainees and rather demanded to be given the details of the aggrieved trainees.
“I don’t respond to cases like this, I will only respond if I get their details on our system, to prove that they are really NABCo trainees” he stated.
Meanwhile, the NABCo trainees also denied the claim by the secretariat, that all heal Ghana module trainees have been permanently employed.
“The NABCo Secretariat has made claims that all trainees have been paid and the general public has been mute over this matter. There have been rumors that all Heal Ghana trainees have been permanently employed. This is not true” the trainees stressed in their press release.