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Nabco Trainees With Pacific Savings And Loans E-zwich cards To Hit The Street

Nabco is an initiative launch by the president of the republic of Ghana to provide jobs to Ghanaian graduates under seven module:Digitize Ghana,Revenue Ghana,Heal Ghana,Feed Ghana,Civic Ghana and Enterprise Ghana respectively.

Right from it inception, there were innumerable hitches and inconveniences that led to the establishment of two associations including the Coalition of Nabco Trainees (Conat) and Nabco Trainees Association of Ghana(Nabtag),this situation has likewise lingered some trainees stipend and as a result has started sparking fire on the mountain as some Nabco trainees with ” Pacific Savings And Loans” E-zwich holders encounter unstable payment of Nabco stipends since January 2021 with regards to E-zwich replacement issues and inadequate cards for replacement at the Pacific Savings And Loans Bank.

Eventually, Nabco trainees with the Pacific Savings And Loans E-zwich issues were instructed to open an account for transfer of their respective stipends into their individual accounts as they await for their E-zwich cards for replacement by the bank.

Since January 2021, Nabco trainees with the E-zwich of Pacific Savings And Loans Bank has encountered instability and deteriorating hitches in terms of stipend payment with regards to E-zwich replacement issues and inadequate cards for replacement by the Pacific Savings And Loans Bank.

With regards to these inconveniences, they are appealing to the Government and the authorities of the Nabco not to turn death ear to their concern hence their stipends are being delayed since January 2021 because they encounter tedious processes between the GhIPSS and the Pacific Savings And Loans Bank before they attain their due stipend.

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