Information reaching Confirm Radio News Desk ‘alleges’ that ‘some’ MP’s ( audio included ) have not paid SSNIT’S CONTRIBUTIONS for the drivers for over 6 years.
This afternoon, today 3rd May 2019, around 9:04 am Ghana time, our news desk WhatsApp line was hit by this text message…
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Moments later we got the below phone call from Basoah – Vice Chairman – MP’s Drivers Association – Ghana
Basoah sent us a copy of a release ( below ) copies of which he mentioned has also been sent to the SNNIT head office and the speaker of parliament.
But before reading the release, kindly listen to the audios first so you can have a better insight into the issue:
This is also a phone call chat with Mohamed Osman – Leader – MP’S Drivers Association who doubles up as Hon Muntaka’s driver
We had no choice than to record them because we felt the issue at stake is a sensitive and higher ‘allegation’ and we wanted ‘a rock solid’ evidence to justify our publication.
Audio: an interview with Afrifa Katakyie – the driver of Hon Collins Owusu Amankwah – Menkyia North – Kumasi
The Release ( Unedited ) >> below
*MP’s DRIVERS THREATEN TO HIT GHANA WITH MASSIVE DEMO,OVER POOR CONDITION*
Some Drivers of Ghana’s parliamentarians who are paid a “meager amount of GH¢ 400” monthly, are Planing to Stage a Massive demonstration against Poor Condition.
Among their challenges, the drivers said their work agreement with the MPs have only been oral, and as such they are not secured.
*[ CUE, DRIVERS ON SUFFERING ]*
According aggrieved Drivers, who are unhappy about their salaries, want parliament to increase their remuneration and allowances paid them on public holidays.
They are also demanding a collective bargaining agreement as well as policies that ensure their exposure to risks and hazards is reduced.
They appeal to the Parliament House, Haruna Iddrisu, Minority Leader and Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu, Majority leader to speak, to their aid.
*[ CUE,,CHAIRMAN ON SALARY AND DEMO ]*
In a petition, the drivers complained about their “meager” GHS400 salary as well as the nonpayment of their Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) contributions. They also said their jobs are also not secure.
Call Mps Driver’s ( Leadership )
I know what was done to some businessmen in this country Ghana when they failed to pay SNNIT contribution for their respect workers…
The only question I want to ask is…are there some people above the law in this country Ghana?..as far as I am concerned the political system in Ghana is always reeking with rots…undeniable rotten to the core,our leaders’ mentality and modus oparandi is the very facts why some sectors of our developing societal issues will never be resolve till thy kingdom…The same kind of questionable mentality propelled our senior minister to rate a Chinese criminal in Ghana high above our local criminals…a shameful reason he claimed could position Ghana to be favored by China for a grant…arh!
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