NABCo Trainees Calls On Akufo-Addo To Make Their Jobs Permanent
Katakyie Dennis Opoku Asiedu, the National President of the Association, led the executives and some members of NABTAG to present the petition to Mr Simon Osei Mensah. The Ashanti Regional Minister, who received it on behalf of the President.
“At least we now have over 100,000 graduates gainfully employed. And not dependent on families and relations as it used to be.
Therefore, “As a way of showing appreciation to Nana Addo. Also, we pledge our unflinching support for him and his government and will campaign vigorously for his victory in the 2020 general elections. Besides, to buttress the adage that ‘you don’t bite the hand that feeds you’,” he stated.
Mr Osei Mensah on behalf of the President expressed gratitude to the NABCO Trainees for acknowledging Nana Addo’s gesture and openly declaring their support for the government.
Indeed, he assured the members of the Association that the petition would reach the President and that; “As a listening, father, Nana Addo would consider their concerns and act appropriately.”
In conclusion, copies of the petition have been sent to 21 other individuals and institutions including the Asantehene Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II, former President John Agyekum Kufuor and the Chief of Staff.