The Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) programme is a government initiative to address graduate unemployment to solve social problems. The focus of the initiative will be solving public service delivery in health, education, agriculture, technology, governance and drive revenue mobilization and collection.
To log in, you first must have applied at https://nabco.gov.gh/apply/
Upon applying, you set up a password for your email. It is with this password and our unique email that you will use to log into the portal at https://apply.nabco.gov.gh/login
Check if Nabco portal is opened
To check it the NABCO portal is opened, log on to www.nabco.gov.gh
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Click on the “APPLY” icon to apply at https://nabco.gov.gh/apply/
How to decline placement on NABCO portal
Open the letter with a friendly but formal paragraph
Just like every other formal letter, the letter to decline from your placement should be very formal and yet friendly. It should begin with Dear Sir or Dear Madam and addressed to the appropriate authority.
You should first contact your district coordinator on your intention, then follow up with a letter addressed to him or her and copied to the Regional Coordinator.
State your intention to decline your placement clearly
Your intention must be clearly stated in the letter. It should not ambiguous or vague. Avoid the use of words that connote uncertainty like “may” or “might”
Give reasons why you are declining your placement
Give very good reasons and list them well in a paragraph or two on exactly why you are declining your offer. These should be well and clearly stated.
Then conclude your letter with an appreciation for the offer.
Such letters must be written with the mindset of “anything could happen tomorrow”, therefore as you shut such a door, shut is so well that next time you need it opened, it can be opened to you.