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Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister Insensitive to The Plight of Unemployed Nurses by katty : September 08, 2018, 05:49:52 PM
The Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister, Madam Elizabeth Agyemang has been described as one who is insensitive to the plight of unemployed bonded nurses according to the Deputy National Democratic Congress (NDC) Youth Organiser, Onasis Kobby

In a statement copied to MyNewsGh.com, he said the party shares in the pain of the nurses who have been home without jobs describing his response to them as unfortunate and insensitive.

“We deem the response by the Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister as unfortunate and insensitive to the plight of the nurses, as she told them to go demonstrate in Accra instead, a comment which smacks of arrogance and pride”, he said

Read the full text of his statement below;

ASHANTI NDC YOUTH WING STAND IN SOLIDARITY WITH DEMONSTRATING UNEMPLOYED NURSES

The youth wing and the regional youth directorate of Ashanti NDC stand in solidarity with the teeming graduate nurses in Ashanti and across the country who have been denied access to mainstream employment by government even though they have fully satisfied all the requirements to be absorbed.

Two days ago, hundreds of these nurses were on the streets of Kumasi and other regional capitals calling on government through the regional ministers to employ them.

We deem the response by the Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister as unfortunate and insensitive to the plight of the nurses, as she told them to go demonstrate in Accra instead, a comment which smacks of arrogance and pride.

The Ashanti Youth wing of the NDC would want to add our voices to the voice of these nurses calling on the government to with immediate effect listen to the cries of these nurses.

The PRO of the ministry of health announced a financial clearance for some 14000 nurses in September but the nurses would start work in February, this is an insensitive move and we call on the government to allow these cleared nurses commence work immediately to create room for another batch of nurses to be absorbed early next year.

We want to use this opportunity to also ask the government to pay attention to the youth of this country and implement policies that empower the youth and provide limitless opportunities for them in terms of employment and social development.

Signed:

Onasis Kobby

Deputy Youth Organizer, NDC

Ashanti Region.

Source: mynewsgh.com

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