About 11,840 NABCO personnel to be permanent workers at ministries, police and military effective August 1

About 11,840 NABCO personnel to be permanent workers at ministries, police and military effective August 1

- Government will be recruiting NABCO personnel as permanent staff

- 11,840 staff have been cleared for employment at the various MDAs

- The employment takes effect from August 1

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The Ministry of Finance has given clearance for 11,840 staff under the Nation Builders Corps to be permanently employed at the various Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs).

This hint comes from the deputy finance minister, John Kumah, who made the announcement on Hello FM radio station.

“ The objective now is that every NABCO person will be made permanent in his or her place of work with this new directive from government. In six separate letters, four to the interior minister and the other two - education and national security ministers confirming the clearance to employ staff members effective the 1st of August, 2021”.

About 11,840 NABCO personnel to be permanent workers at ministries, police and military effective August 1
About 11,840 NABCO personnel to be permanent workers at ministries, police and military effective August 1 (Photo: Presidency.gov)
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The NABCO programme stated with the recruitment of 100,000 young graduates who were paid 700 cedis per month as an allowance.

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