Update on National Service Personnel Allowances, Details Here
In a recent press release on October 8, 2023, the National Service Scheme (NSS) in the Republic of Ghana gave a talk on the concerns raised by national service personnel regarding their unpaid allowances for September and the arrears accruing from January to June 2023. The announcement comes as a response to the recent upward adjustments in the monthly allowances for these dedicated young citizens serving their country.
What is in the press release?
“ 1. Management of the National Service Scheme has taken notice of concerns expressed by the national service personnel regarding their unpaid allowances for September and arrears covering January to June, 2023 from the recent adjustments of their monthly salary.
- Management wishes to assure the service that allowances for September 2023 have been released to the scheme and are being processed for payment as soon as possible.
- Also, the management made it clear that the allowances for October and the arrears covering January to June 2023 are also being actively processe. The payment of these arrears will follow shortly after the payment of the September allowances.
- Furthermore, the management also stated that all service personnel are encouraged to exercise restraint as the normal NSS financial processes are being adhered to ensure that all their well-deserved allowances are paid in a timly manner.
- The management commends the patience of all service personnel in the faces of challenges they have experienced serving their country.
- As the service personnel approach the end of their one-year mandatory national service, the management of the National Service Scheme wishes them well in their final month, which concludes in October 2023. The NSS acknowledges their dedication and commitment to serving the nation.”
All National Service Personnels should exercise patience and wait for their arrears and September allowance as their mandatory service term gos to an end
This update should bring relief to the national service personnel who have been eagerly awaiting their allowances while contributing to the development of the Republic of Ghana.