NABCO CEO says his outfit does not owe any money to trainees

NABCO CEO says his outfit does not owe any money to trainees

The CEO of the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO), Dr. Ibrahim Anyars has stated emphatically that his organisation has paid all the arrears of the trainees for the months of March and April 2019 respectively.

Dr. Ibrahim Anyars, the chief executive officer (CEO) of the National Builders Corps (NABCO), has told the media that his outfit does not owe any arrears for the months of March and April 2019, to any of NABCO's trainees.

The CEO made this disclosure in an interview, according to Kasapafmonline.com, during a three-day tour to the Central region.

Dr Anyars noted that since there are no arrears, trainees under the scheme will be paid their May salaries soon.

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According to him, the stipends sometimes delay because of the accuracy of the payment data, as a result of the huge number of trainees under the scheme.

Dr Anyars, said, people joined the scheme at the beginning but left along the lines because they found a permanent job.

He added that all those names are supposed to be deleted from the payment data because they are free to live anytime they get employment permanently, adding that this explains the delay of the stipends, because of due diligence and appropriate procedures on the payment data to safeguard the waste of public funds.

He said the government is 100% committed to the scheme and will do anything possible to see it successful.

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Dr. Ibrahim Anyars said the tour was to monitor the performance of the 100,000 NABCO trainees who were deployed to various institutions in the country.

He later proceeded to the Assin Fosu branch of the Ghana Revenue Authority to have a one-on-one interaction with trainees under the Revenue Ghana module.

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