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When are we getting our Allowance , a final Year Nursing Trainee Queries Bawumia on Nursing training Allowance restored by NPP during Youth Engagement Event**


During a dynamic engagement session with the youth, a final year nursing trainee seized the opportunity to address Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, raising concerns over the disbursement of allowances for trainees in the health sector. The incident occurred at the highly anticipated “Bawumia Meets the Youth” event aimed at fostering dialogue and understanding between government officials and young citizens.

The trainee, representing a cohort of eager final year nursing students, directly confronted the Vice President, inquiring about the timeline for the allocation of their allowances. With a palpable sense of urgency, the student stressed the importance of timely financial support for trainees, particularly amidst the challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic.

In response, Vice President Bawumia acknowledged the significance of the issue raised by the nursing trainee, assuring attendees of the government’s commitment to addressing concerns within the health sector. He pledged to expedite the disbursement process, emphasizing the administration’s dedication to supporting the training and development of healthcare professionals.

“We understand the importance of timely financial support for our nursing trainees,” remarked Vice President Bawumia. “Rest assured, we are actively working to ensure that allowances are disbursed promptly, enabling our trainees to focus on their studies and contribute to the healthcare sector.”

The interaction underscored the importance of constructive dialogue between government officials and young citizens, highlighting the government’s responsiveness to the needs and concerns of the youth. As the event continued, attendees expressed appreciation for the opportunity to engage directly with Vice President Bawumia on issues impacting their lives and communities.

The exchange serves as a testament to the government’s ongoing efforts to prioritize the welfare and development of young people, particularly in critical sectors such as healthcare. With assurances from Vice President Bawumia, final year nursing trainees can look forward to the timely disbursement of their allowances, enabling them to focus on their studies and future contributions to the healthcare system.


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story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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