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NABCo Recruitment Breakdown & Schedule

Below are the excerpts from the president H.E Akuffo-Addo interview on Radio B.A.R in Sunyani during his  working visit to the Bono Region that indicates the NABCO permanent jobs Recruitment Breakdown as follows.

 

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16,000 NABCo Trainees To Be Recruited Into The Ghana Revenue Service

  • The President in his interview on Radio B.A.R in Sunyani during his  working visit to the Bono Region stated that 16,000 NABCo trainees are to be recruited into the Ghana revenue service.
  • He further stated that, the government will place NABCo trainees in their respective modules by the end of October in order to make way for a new batch of NABCo Recruitment.

 

25,000 NABCo Trainees To Be Recruited Into GES

 

2900 Heal Ghana NABCo Trainees To Be Recruited Into Health Sector

  • The President in his interview on Radio B.A.R in Sunyani during his  working visit to the Bono Region stated that 29,000 Heal Ghana NABCo trainees to be recruited into Health Sector.
  • He further stated that, the government will place NABCo trainees in their respective modules by the end of October in order to make way for a new batch of NABCo Recruitment.
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3500 Feed Ghana NABCo Trainees To Be Recruited Into Agriculture Sector

  • The President in his interview on Radio B.A.R in Sunyani during his  working visit to the Bono Region stated that 3500 Feed Ghana NABCo trainees to be recruited into Agriculture Sector.
  • He further stated that, the government will place NABCo trainees in their respective modules by the end of October in order to make way for a new batch of NABCo Recruitment.

 

13,000 NABCo Trainees To Be Recruited Into Local government

  • The President in his interview on Radio B.A.R in Sunyani during his  working visit to the Bono Region stated that 13,000 NABCo trainees to be recruited into Local government.
  • He further stated that, the government will place NABCo trainees in their respective modules by the end of October in order to make way for a new batch of NABCo Recruitment.
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7000 Digitized Ghana NABCo Trainees To Be Recruited Into Technology Sector

  • The President in his interview on Radio B.A.R in Sunyani during his  working visit to the Bono Region stated that 7000 Digitized Ghana NABCo trainees to be recruited into Technology Sector
  • He further stated that, the government will place NABCo trainees in their respective modules by the end of October in order to make way for a new batch of NABCo Recruitment.

 

5,500 Enterprise Ghana NABCo Trainees To Be Recruited Into Businesses

  • The President in his interview on Radio B.A.R in Sunyani during his  working visit to the Bono Region stated that 5,500 Enterprise Ghana NABCo trainees to be recruited into Businesses
  • He further stated that, the government will place NABCo trainees in their respective modules by the end of October in order to make way for a new batch of NABCo Recruitment.

6 Comments

  1. Even though I have not been able to find a job,but Mr President we are very grateful for your support and encouragement and the effort that you are doing for the youth. I wish we all get that opportunity you are doing for us.may God bless you all, the staff and the family 🤗 Ghana as one.

  2. Am a graduate from Ejura Agricultural college with certificate In general Agric,
    But not NABCO Trainee now what should I do?

  3. Please I’m a university graduate with purchasing and supply certificate and I am need of job please I need your helping hand .Thank you

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