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NABCO Trainees Demand Removal of Dr. Ibrahim Anyas from Bawumia’s Campaign Team

In a press release issued on February 21, 2024, the NABCO trainees accused Dr. Anyas of neglecting their welfare, stating his failure to address their petition for the payment of nine months of NABCO arrears and overlooking their requests for dialogue and media engagements to explain the reasons for the delays.

The Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) trainees have expressed their displeasure over the appointment of Dr. Ibrahim Anyas as the Deputy Presidential Campaign Manager for the Vice President, Dr. Muhamud Bawumia, ahead of the 2024 elections.

In a press release issued on February 21, 2024, the NABCO trainees accused Dr. Anyas of neglecting their welfare, stating his failure to address their petition for the payment of nine months of NABCO arrears and overlooking their requests for dialogue and media engagements to explain the reasons for the delays.

His appointment, according to them, showed that the Vice President does not care about the plight of the vulnerable youth, especially the frustrated NABCO trainees, who had been promised permanent jobs after their three-year contract.

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They warned the Vice President to withdraw Dr. Anyas from his campaign team and not to use the NABCO scheme as a political tool to lure unemployed youth to vote for him in the upcoming polls.

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“We want to caution Dr. Bawumia to immediately withdraw Dr. Ibrahim Anyas from his team if his appointment as Deputy Presidential Campaign Manager is meant to capitalize on the flip-flopped NABCO scheme to further deceive and hoodwink unemployed youth to vote for him,” they stated.

The NABCO trainees also threatened to resist any attempts by the Vice President or his allies to make partisan statements based on the NABCO scheme, which they described as a failure.

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“The coalition is going to intercept any partisan utterances that will leverage on the failed NABCO scheme in an attempt to win votes in the 2024 general elections,” they added.

They said that the silence of the NABCO trainees was a threat to national security and that they would soon rise to defend their rights if the situation did not improve.

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