The National President of NABCO Trainees Association of Ghana, Dennis Opoku Katakyie through a circular copied to a1radioonline.com indicated that his members on the 18th of August, 2022 will be demonstrating at the seat of governance (Jubilee House) to press home their demands.
According to him, their 9 months of unpaid arrears including other matters are but a few of the issues they expect President Nana Akufo-Addo to address.
Dennis Katakyie indicated that the said date came to light after they (members of NABCO) successfully petitioned, the Asantehene, Otumfo Osei Tutu II to intervene in the matter.
Below are the details
“NABCO TRAINEES PETITION ASANTEHENE OTUMFO OSEI TUTU II AT MANHYIA PALACE TODAY AND POSTPONED THEIR PICKETING AT THE JUBILEE HOUSE TO 18/08/2022 FOR SECURITY ARRANGEMENTS
The long-awaited petitioning of Asantehene Otumfo Osei Tutu II has been done today.
We have today successfully petitioned Otumfo Osei Tutu II to immediately intervene on behalf of NABCO Trainees concerning our nine (9) months of unpaid allowances dating from November 2021 to date, and our exit plans.
This decision and others were officially announced during our National Press Conference recently.
The next move is to picket at the seat of the government, Jubilee House which is now slated for Thursday 18th August 2022 to be able to notify the Ghana Police Service of our intention as law demands and seek protection.
All NABCO Trainees and the general public are reminded to take note of the change of date which is now 18th August 2022.
All NABCO beneficiaries are to convey at Obra Spot at exactly 7 am. The picketing will start with a match from Obra-Spot, Ring Road through the Frontal Area of TV 3 to the Front Gate of Jubilee House, where our petition will be presented to the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana and the Chief of Staff.
All NABCO Trainees should be in their NABCO cloth, T-shirt, or Red/Black dress with Red Bands to demonstrate our anger and worries.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1 MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana