The Greater Accra’s Vice President of the Emergency Medical Technicians Association of Ghana under the National Ambulance Service (NAS) , Edward Kofi Agbemafle has said that government has not paid their 13th-month continuous professional allowance owed them.
This, he said, should have been paid since last year December yet still pending.
According to him, the Ambulance Service has no internal generation funds to equip itself with the necessary resources and the government agencies to make effective the signed memorandum of understanding to provide such funds by are not there so government should intervene.
Mr. Aglemafie pleaded with the government to resource the National Ambulance Service so that they will have the capacity to provide for them these allowances which have been documented yet not paid.
— JoyNews (@JoyNewsOnTV) May 19, 2022
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