About 2,500 frustrated graduates of the Tamale School of Hygiene have threatened to hit the streets in protest against what they consider as government’s failure to address problems associated with their postings since 2008. They expressed worry over government’s apathy towards their postings since 2008 while their colleagues who graduated from other health institutions such as the Midwives and Nursing Training College, Community Health Nursing and the Health Assistance Training Schools have over the years finished their service with majority of them gainfully employed. Alhassan Zubeiru, Spokesperson of the aggrieved graduates of the Tamale School of Hygiene at a news conference held in Tamale gave the government 21 days to address their grievances since attempts made to remind government of its responsibility in that regard proved futile. He expressed their deepest dismay at what he described as “Undue delay” in making them productive citizens under the Better Ghana Management Service which was jointly introduced by the Ministries of Health and Local Government and Rural Development to cater for them. Alhassan Zubeiru bemoaned that their living conditions have deteriorated because of government’s apathy towards alleviating their plight since 2008. According to him, their colleague graduates from other Schools of Hygiene in Accra and Ho have also been neglected. “The lukewarm attitude of government towards resolving our neglect as graduates of the Tamale, Accra and Ho Schools of Hygiene can undermine the fortunes of the current administration” he cautioned. The frustrated graduates of Tamale School of Hygiene Spokesperson, Alhassan Zubeiru therefore entreated the government to place premium on them as environmental health officers. He proposed the closure of all Schools of Hygiene in Ghana if government continues to renege its commitment to post them to communities where their services are needed.