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Ghana@66: Ignore ‘NPP boys and girls’ paraded as NABCO trainees – Coalition

The Coalition of NABCo Trainees has denied ever participating in the 66th independence parade held in Volta Region, Ho.

A Statement issued by the Coalition alleged that those who were paraded at Monday’s event to falsely represent NABCo trainees were allegedly NPP faithfuls who are not part of its membership.

“The coalition wants to put it on record that No eligible and rational NABCO trainee in this devastated working condition will have the appetite to be paraded to march under this scorchy sun to celebrate Ghana’s Independence. NABCO trainees after 4 solid years on the scheme are still dependent on families and credit facilities, hence no way we will have the penchant to celebrate Ghana’s liberation.

“At this juncture that we are going through inhuman treatment, for history sake, people may see celebration of Independence Day as an important occasion, but realistically the celebration is needless to we NABCO trainees in this time of severe hardships and cruel economy.

“Our critical investigation after the program indicates that, the young men and women who were in traditional cloth were NPP party faithfuls who were compelled to represent NABCO Trainees.”

It thus asked the general public, stakeholders, and the media to disregard what it says is the propaganda-driven agenda to paint a very juicy picture of the NABCo programme.

“A critical and analytical look at the pictures clearly show a well-organized group of minors paraded to match to deceive and create a smokescreen that the NABCO programme is in activation, but the fact remains that, the NABCO scheme collapsed right after 2020 elections.

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“The Coalition will in no time do a proper March to register our disgruntlement to insensitive President Akufo-Addo who want to ride on the reputation of vulnerable former NABCO beneficiaries to score political points.”

Source: Ghana/ Fm

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