On Monday, July 25, he presented the government’s economic strategy and mid-year budget review statement for 2022. He stated after conducting the program for four years to assist almost 100,000 young graduates, NaBCo will stop at the end of August.
According to him, the government has committed more than GH2.2 billion in the program over the years, and it is sure that the program’s beneficiaries are now well-prepared for the employment market.
“Mr. Speaker, the National Builders Corps (NaBCo) program, which was originally scheduled to operate for three years but was given an extra year to finish, will be finished by September 1st, 2022.
The initiative, which involved 100,000 recent grads, helped thousands of them get ready for the workforce. We have made about GH2.2 billion worth of investments so far,” he remarked.
“As they depart the program, the current cohort is urged to take use of the YouStart initiative and other existing programs in our effort to develop an entrepreneurial country,” Ken Ofori-Atta stated.