Some workers of the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) across the country have expressed worry over the delay to be put on the right scale after they received their promotion letters over a year ago.
Information available to First News has it that the workers received their promotion letters over a year ago but they have not been put on the right scale.
Some of the aggrieved workers who spoke to this news portal on condition of anonymity disclosed that those who have been put on the right scale after promotion are people who pay between Gh600 cedis and Gh1,000 cedis.
“People have to pay GH600 or at times GH1,000 cedis before they are put on the right scale. This is very bad and must stop.”
They have indicated their readiness to embark on a sit-down strike in January.
According to these aggrieved workers, all efforts made to draw the attention of the Director General for the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), Nana Agyemang Prempeh have not yielded any positive results.
“We are using this medium to tell our Director General, Nana Agyemang Prempeh, that this is what is going on and he should ensure that we are put on the right scales.
Efforts to get authorities at NADMO to speak on the issue were unsuccessful.