School of Hygiene graduates
The leadership of the bonded unemployed graduates of the Tamale School of Hygiene are calling on government to as a matter of urgency, release financial clearance for the employment of about 1,300 graduates across the country.
According to them, they graduated since 2012 and have been home till date.
They noted that several engagements with stakeholders since 2016 to have them posted to various MMDAs have failed to yield any results.
They have therefore appealed to government to come to their aid and release financial clearance for them to be employed.
Leader of the School of Hygiene graduates, Issah Shaibu, said government has tried to solve sanitation issues by creating ministry for sanitation and water resources and provision of sanitary facilities to help the course but the realization of the agenda will be compromised if the human resources who are trained with the tax payers money are left to become burden on the society.
FROM Eric Kombat, Tamale