Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has asked students of the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) to arrange a 1-month exhibition against the New Patriotic Party government to constrain it to pay them their remittance back payments.
As per the legislator, it doesn’t appear to be legit for the public authority to fund-raise to pay him and different MPs while enduring NABCO learners are attempting to make due.
“You get cash to pay 20k to parliamentarians yet you don’t have cash to pay … I support them. They ought to show about a month in a row for the public authority to sit up and pay them. Actually that basic!
“We should be sensible people. These understudies or laborers who were utilized, essentially their transportation cost isn’t paid by the public authority; they track down any means important to get to work, so the public authority has no reason at all to say they won’t pay them,” Agyapong said during a meeting with public telecaster GTV.
He pummeled the public authority of the ideological group of which he is an agent for doing unnecessary promulgation with the NABCO program. He stated that the NPP government is presently acting like the resistance National Democratic Congress, playing with the NABCO students.
Mr Agyapong mourned how a portion of the students generally approach him at the air terminal to look for his intercession to get their unpaid debts paid them by the public authority.
“In the event that the public authority figures it can’t repeat the experience, essentially what is owed them should be given to them since no one works free of charge.”
On Thursday, February 17, the NABCO learners who are owed a while of their GHC 700 month to month overdue debts organized a dissent to request installment.
They had been told in September last year that their agreement with the public authority had lapsed however were accordingly approached to remain on after inescapable analysis.
While some of them have been supposedly incorporated into some open area organizations, others have been left in a condition of misery.
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