Municipal Chief Executive of Lawra in the Upper West Region, Martin Bombaire Domotiere this morning held a meeting with recruits who have been roped in to serve the country through the NABCO initiative.
The Municipal Chief Executive advised those on the Educate Ghana module to take school attendance seriously, be innovative, avoid absenteeism and put in their best to change the Municipal Educational results.
He said he was very sure when clearance is given to employ, NABCO recruits will be the first beneficiaries since they are already in the system and would have gained some work experience.
Mr. Bombaire added that, it was very unfortunate for some graduates to read political meanings into the programme especially those in the health sector and as a result of which they refused to apply for the programme.
The MCE advised those who successfully enrolled onto the programme to take it seriously and give it their best shot, adding that it is a stepping stone to higher heights in their professional lives.
Mr. Amos Gyetuo who shared a word on behalf of the Member of Parliament for the Lawra constituency, the Hon. Anthony N-yoh Abayifaa Karbo advised the beneficiaries to be grateful to government for introducing and implementing such a laudable initiative, aimed at offering employment to graduates, adding that some of the graduates have been home since completion of school 5-6 years ago.
He advised them to take this opportunity seriously and not read or introduce politics into it though it’s a political party that has introduced it.
He advised them to be productive at their various work places so as to justify government’s introduction and implementation of the programme.
He pointed out that it is the output and productive levels that will determine if government will expand the programme to benefit others or not.