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The most surprising of them all is the Municipal Chief Executives (MMDCEs) of this government. According to grapevine information from Adom FM, some MMDCEs have complained bitterly about their unpaid salaries since they were appointed for the second term of the Akufo-Addo.
They have decided not to talk about the matter openly because of fear of victimization.
The next group to complain about their unpaid allowance is the National Service Personnel currently serving the nation. They also have revealed that, the Akufo-Addo government has failed to pay them for the last two months, which are February and March. We are in the middle of April and so they don't want April to end without pay also.
The National Service Personnel have revealed that their unpaid salaries have made living very difficult for them after the inflation in the country keeps going high.
The other group which is not employees of the government but is also complaining about unpaid allowance is the teacher trainees. They've also cried and complained bitterly about their 6 months' unpaid allowances.
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