Subah Infosolutions, Ghana’s Information Technology (IT) and telecommunications solutions provider, is sponsoring fifteen national service personnel, under the Urban Sanitation Module (USM), an initiative of Dr. Michael Kpesah-Whyte’s National Service Scheme (NSS).
The fifteen, led by a former biomedical engineering student from the University of Ghana, Legon, Rashid Haruna Ali, will in three weeks, live Ghana to study in two countries, The Netherlands and India.
Other prizes were, quarantined employment with SUBAH, tablets, cash prizes, as well as consolation prizes, such as branded power banks, pen drives and polo shirts.
The privileged graduates, eight are scheduled to study in The Netherlands, while the remaining seven, will be enrolled at a different university in India for a period of two years.
Upon their return, they will be offered job opportunities at SUBAH, so that knowledge acquired during their studies, could be tapped to solve other challenges of the country.
They are the first beneficiaries of the National Waste Bin Distribution (NaWaBin) under the (USM) programme run by Melchia Investments Ghana Limited (MIGL).
The beneficiaries, were announced at an awards ceremony to celebrate some ninety two members of the pioneer group of the module in Accra last Friday. The award scheme, dubbed USM-SINSAS, was instituted to reward, build capacity, and create equal opportunity to hardworking NaWaBin-NSP with sponsorship from SUBAH Infosolutions.
In all, about one thousand five hundred service personnel, through the USM were deployed to drive the data collection exercise of the programme in September 2015.
Executive Director of the Jospong Group of Companies, which has SUBAH Infosolution, as one of its subsidiaries, said his outfit saw the need to empower the brilliant and hardworking ones, so that they could become better adults in the future for the country. He said, all expenses are going to be catered for by SUBAH Infosolution.