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Unemployed Nurses and Midwives in the northern region of Ghana are currently on a warm-up demonstration with an appeal to the government to get them employed as soon an possible.
According to to them, they will embark on a serious demonstration if the government refuses to listen to their plea.
The group told ghananewsonline.com.gh in an interview that, they are now considered a threat to their families due to their continuous stay in the house.
“We are appealing to you to engage the finance minister to issue a financial clearance so that junior nurses and midwives can be employed,” stated Adombire Clinton who is the leader of the group.
He recalled however that, government interventions about the Heal Ghana module which involves some 29,633,100.00 Ghana cedis will employ 24,195 nurses and midwives who are unemployed, while another financial clearance will employ the remaining 17,638 nurses and midwives.
Some of the aggrieved nurses in an exclusive interview stated that “we are not going to accept the Heal Ghana module, because we are trained nurses and midwives, so we don’t deserve that kind of module, we want to be employed permanently with immediate effect.”
They claimed the Nana Akufo-Addo government and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are treating them unfairly.
Source: Michael Akyereba
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