Postings of NABCO beneficiaries postponed in favour of fixing of Ghost Names – Student Alleges

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A student activist and former General Secretary of the Tertiary Educational Institutions Network of the National Democratic Congress (TEIN-NDC), Oscar Komla Bedzra, has alleged an unhealthy and corruptive development regarding the posting of NABCO beneficiaries.

In a press release in which he condemned the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bedzra, said he has reliable information from high ranking NPP sauces to the effect that the take off of the NABCO program was postponed to November 1, 2018, so as to give the government time to fix ghost names into the NABCO payroll to compensate for the losses they incurred during their recent internal elections.

He however expressed his disappointment with the development saying he wish it had never happened .

“I received an information from an NPP insider that, the NABCO program has been postponed because a strong member of the NPP gave order for its postponement citing the fact that, they should fix and add names in order to recover their losses during their recent internal elections. In fact, the corruption we are talking about under the NPP is enough and I alone wish this development has never happened,” he stated.

He said “I’m really disappointed as a Ghanaian under this government because I supported this course but their level of corruption in this case is beyond understanding.

He called on the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) to look into the mater for the sake of justice.

“There’s nothing I can say than to ask that the Bureau of National Investigations look into the matter to ensure Justice or …….”

He called on the stakeholders of the program to be vigilant in their undertakings at all times .

He also urged beneficiaries of the program to demand all that is due them since they are going to work under terms and conditions .

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