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70% of Nurses Receive no Allowance / Certificate Nurses Paid As less as Ghc1000 – Gen. Sec. GRNMA Dr. David Tenkorang.

70% of Nurses Receive no Allowance / Certificate Nurses Paid As less as Ghc1000 - Gen. Sec. GRNMA Dr. David Tenkorang.

70% of Nurses Receive no Allowance / Certificate Nurses Paid As less as Ghc1000 – Gen. Sec. GRNMA Dr. David Tenkorang.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A strong fearless revelation reveled by a Lecturer and a General Secretary of  GRNMA in the health sector. 70% of Nurses Receive no Allowance / Certificate Nurses Paid As less as Ghc1000 – Gen. Sec. GRNMA Dr. David Tenkorang.

 

 

What called for this conversation was the fact that UK government stopped direct recruitment of nurses into the United Kingdom. The problem of unemployment in Ghana is far beyond resonable repairs. The issue of UK banning the recruitment of nurses has created another worrisome intuition.

 

 

 

Most health workers who were planning to leave the country have been disappointed. Even though there is a way out, government of Ghana can not legally offer nurses to be recruited into the United Kingdom. During an  interview on TV3, some nurses were bitterly complaining about poor  condition of services the nursing fraternity is exposed to.

 

 

They mentioned that, the service does not consider or has no regards for a nurse who has a sort of health challenges. Such a person need to battle with his sickness from his or her own pocket if health insurance does not cover. Besides, allowances needed to raise the bouncy of the workers such as over time, risk, accommodation and clothing allowances are all canceled.

 

 

 

A lecturer who happens to be the General Secretary for GRNMA shared tears for the NHS. He complained that nurses employed with certificates working as primary care nurses in hospitals and chip compounds take a salary not more than Ghc1000 a month.

 

 

To make matters even worse these nurses do not receive any allowance apart from their salaries. The last strike undertaken by health workers in Ghana was to ensure restoration of at least some of these allowances. Pre to the strike, allowance system was canceled from the Ghana Health Service. Guess what, after the strike, allowances were to be honoured to only senior staff and above.

 

 

 

All nurses below this rank has nothing apart from their salaries.
The lecturer believes that there are alot of countries nurses in the country can target, Other than employment in Ghana is going to be worse especially now than we are going to be enrolled on IMF. We will be controlled and restricted like remote from the country.

 

 

 

 

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