The issue of allowance payment over the past few weeks have become a banter between the government and the Ghanaian worker.
The Member of Parliament for Mpraeso, Hon. Davis Ansah Opoku in his view on the current issue of the delays in the allowance payment to the National Service Personnel, he(Hon. Ansah) maintained that the NSS persons are only waiting to be paid for only the May allowance.
He(Hon. Davis) said this on Tv3’s morning show, New Day when asked about the progress made to resolve the delays in payment of the NSS allowance.
He’s known to have said, “ As we speak, there hasn’t been any delay in the payment of their allowance. They are now expecting their May allowance which I am told will be paid to them in the middle of June.” Explained by the Mpraeso lawmaker.
He expressed this after a score NSS persons threatened to hit the streets to demonstrate on the delay in paying the allowance owed the National Service Personnel.
Has the national service scheme lost its existence?
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