NABCO: Civic Ghana Interview, All Questions and Answers

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Civic Ghana Module Interview will take place between 7th July 2018 and 10th July 2018.

Here are some questions and their answers; we will update as time goes.

About the Civic Ghana Module

Civic Ghana is designed to provide some resource base at the District and Constituency level.

Through this governance scheme, graduates shall be trained to assist within the constituency and district level, programmes that come under the purview of the development authority and the local authority.

The aim is to bring government to the people in the most simplified and collaborative way.

Civic Ghana Direct Questions

What are some improvements you think this constituency can benefit from?

What do you love about our district?

This question is district specific. Identify something in the district that you personally love and explain why it is important that it is in the district and why you love it.

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It could be a tourist attraction or the way of life of the people there.

What is the full meaning of NCCE?

National Commission for Civic Education

What is the name of the district capital?

You can find a list of Districts and their capitals here.

Who is the current MP of this district?

You should find out the answer to this from your district.

Who is the current DCE of the area?

Check out the full list of DCEs here.

Civic Ghana General Questions

What do you know about the NCCE?

The National Commission for Civic Education is an independent, non-partisan governance institution, set up under Article 231 of the Constitution of the Republic of Ghana.

The Commission works to promote and sustain democracy and inculcate in the Ghanaian citizenry, the awareness of their rights and obligations, through civic education.

Who is the current NCCE Boss?

Miss Josephine Nkrumah

How many districts are there in Ghana?

There are 216 districts in Ghana.

What are some responsibilities of a citizen?

  • Obeying Laws.
  • Paying Taxes.
  • Voting

How many constituencies are there in Ghana?

There are 275 constituencies represented in the Parliament of the Republic of Ghana

What is the difference between a district and a constituency?

A district is an administrative division of an area while a constituency is usually a district represented by one or more elected officials.


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General NABCO Questions

Please tell us something about yourself

My name is Joan Nyantabi. I graduated from the University of Cape Coast with a second class lower division in 2016. Between that time and now, I have successfully completed my National Service, where I taught at a Junior High school as an ICT Teacher. I possess a strong sense of dedication to every work I do and I am most passionate about my country Ghana and helping it to become better.

What do you know about NABCO?

This question seeks to find out how much you know about the programme.

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.

Government is seeking to employ 100,000 graduates in solving public service delivery in health, education, agriculture, technology, governance and drive revenue mobilization and collection. All trainees will be paid a monthly stipend of GHS 700.

You can continue by stating the objectives of the programme:

  • Provide temporary employment to unemployed graduates
  • Improve skills and employability for the transition from programme to permanent employment
  • Improve public service delivery
  • Improve government revenue mobilization
  • To provide needed infrastructure to improve access to basic public services
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What do you expect to gain out of this temporary role?

Let them know you are not in for the money but for skills as well.

From the NABCO website, it is clear that the programme will take 3 years. I also understand that during the time, I will gain skills and experience, and I am very interested in getting those, especially as I look forward to getting fully employed in the future.

What has your Job Search Experience been like?

Be truthful and tell them about some problems you faced while getting employed if any.

After completing the University of Ghana, I had my National Service in the Central Region. It has been difficult getting a job even though I adopted both online and offline searches. Therefore, when I heard about NABCO, I decided to apply as I will not only be working, but I will also gain skills.

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