Members of the Coalition of Unemployed Allied Health Professionals say they would start picketing the Finance and Health Ministries over the government’s refusal to give them financial clearance to work.
For three years, the group numbering 3,797 across the country have been rendered unemployed after graduation in the 2017/2018 academic year.
National President, Ebenezer Kojo Nkrumah, in a statement reveals the group will picket at the premises of these two ministries with their parents and sympathizers on August 3.
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