The nations builder's corps are pleading with the president, His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to consider them in his speech about the economy. According to them, the hardship that they are going through is unprecedented and is one its kind in the country.
Many Ghanaians are really going through tough time because of mismanagement of the economy by our leaders. The president's speech has become necessary because there is public outcry about the economy, most especially the depreciation of the cedi, increase in fare, skyrocketing of prices of goods and service among others has actually compelled the president of the country to come out with practical measures to address this canker.
Nabco beneficiaries have worked for one solid year for Ghana without any payment. The president actually promised them of permanent job during 2020 general elections, but ever since the president won the election, that promise has not been fulfil yet. The beneficiaries are basically saying that, the president should come out clearly in his speech when exactly he is going to pay them.
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