NABCO Unpaid Stipends


NABCO is a social intervention programme introduced by the government to help reduce graduate unemployment.

The three-year programme was introduced in May 2018, giving the first batch of 100,000 unemployed, temporary and experienced building job opportunities.

NABCO Unpaid Stipends

Here is all you need to know about NABCO Unpaid Stipends,

One Vincent Tetteh, a NABCO trainee at the hospital, explained on Accra-based radio station, Citi FM that the non-payment of their allowances was negatively affecting their lives particularly parents among them.

“Out of 14 months now I have received payment for only four months and I have 10 months in arrears. I am not the only one, there are others who have the same issue, with some with as high as 13-month in arrears.

There are also parents among us who use this same money to take care of their wives and children, so not receiving payments for months is a worry.

Also in this era of COVID-19, where parents need to buy extra data for the use of virtual learning, the government must expedite actions to pay the allowances,” he said.

NABCO Unpaid Stipends