The advent of the Coronavirus has been the major threat for most countries. The president of Ghana has therefore taken a step to freeze salary increment both for himself and his appointees. This was made clear during the May Day celebration.
He also to procure 350,00019 vaccines and it's expected to arrive in May, 2021. Many Ghanaians have expressed concern on the president effort to procure more vaccines and they have really appreciated him.
The step of the president to freeze salary increment is to help mitigate the burden on the national purse amid the novel coronavirus. He also stated that he would ensure that all workers get vaccinated to reduce the spread of the pandemic which has led to the death of many lives.
Mr. Yaw Baah who is the General Secretary of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) also revealed the cut down of salary for most workers with the intention to help avert the virus. President Akuffo Addo made it clear that himself, the vice president, minister, deputy minister and all appointees would not experience any salary increment this year.
Ghanaians has expressed their thoughts concerning the step of the president
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