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Bawumia Spokesperson Addresses Delay in Allowance Payments

by Motoni Olodun

The spokesperson for Ghana’s Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, responds to concerns regarding delayed allowance payments for trainee nurses and midwives. Addressing the issue, the spokesperson acknowledges the arrears but emphasizes that receiving delayed allowances is better than receiving none at all.

The statement comes amid growing frustration among trainee nurses and midwives who have been awaiting their allowances. While acknowledging the importance of timely payments, the spokesperson reassures beneficiaries that efforts are underway to address the delays and ensure that all outstanding allowances are settled.

The delay in allowance payments has been attributed to administrative challenges and budgetary constraints. However, the government remains committed to fulfilling its obligations to trainee nurses and midwives, recognizing their invaluable contributions to the healthcare sector.

Despite the challenges, the spokesperson highlights the government’s record of prioritizing the welfare of healthcare workers and investing in the healthcare system. Initiatives such as the recruitment of additional healthcare professionals and the provision of essential medical supplies demonstrate the government’s commitment to improving healthcare delivery nationwide.

Moving forward, the spokesperson assures stakeholders that steps will be taken to streamline processes and expedite allowance payments to avoid further delays. The government recognizes the importance of timely and consistent support for trainee nurses and midwives as they continue their education and training to serve their communities.

While the delay in allowance payments is undoubtedly frustrating for beneficiaries, the spokesperson’s reassurance offers hope that the issues will be resolved promptly. With continued dialogue and collaboration between government officials and stakeholders, efforts to improve the welfare of healthcare workers can yield positive outcomes for all involved.

Source: GhanaWeb

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