The office of the Controller and Accountant General's Department (CAGD) has come up to defend its decision on the No Ghana Card, No Salary coming December 2021.
This was emphatically stated by the Public Relations Officer at the CAGD, Mr. Cephas Narh Dosso in an interview in Accra when he was called upon to answer some questions about the decision and why they decided to give such a limited time to all government officials.
He said linking the Ghana Card to the payment of all government worker's details is the only trusted way to weed out ghost names and maintain accurate details on their platform moving forward.
Mr. Dosso used the platform given him to advise all government workers and their unions to educate their colleagues on the benefits of using the Ghana currently and also, they should not forget that there is a dead line attached to it.
The Accountant General's office says that irrespective of what the Ghanaian populace will say about this move from them, they are not going to delay the decision to postpone the exercise or change their mind on this topic in anyway. But rather, all public workers should either get their Ghana Cards linked to their account details or forget their salaries in the coming months.
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