Some recruits of the Nation Builders Corps, (NaBCo) posted to the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) have accused their superiors of abusing them.
The recruits posted to the Customs Division of GRA, say they are being beaten and slapped at training grounds by their officials.
Speaking on grounds of anonymity, one of them said it was a para-military training and the way they were treating them was as if they were in the academy.
"When we complain, they tell us other organizations are there and we could have applied for others, but we chose to come to Customs, so, they will treat us like how they treat their recruits.”
“They beat and slap us. When you commit any mistake, you’ll be beaten. If you are asked to slap somebody and you don’t slap the person, well, they will slap you”.
Reports reaching YEN.com.gh indicated that there have been delays in the payment of GHC700 monthly stipend to those working in the NABCo program.
As reported earlier , two of the works under the programme criticized the government for portraying NABCo as a smooth success.
NaBCo is an intervention by the government aimed at optimizing the talents of unemployed graduates and equipping them with skills through a process of value addition and training.
The temporary job opportunity, which will last for two years, was opened to Ghanaians who have already discharged their national service obligations.
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