Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu’s former driver Petitions Parliament’s vetting committee over unpaid salaries
A former driver of the Minister designate for Health Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu has petitioned the vetting committee of Parliament.
In a letter dated 8th February, 2021, the man who says he was the former driver of the MP for the Dormaa Central Constituency said that the minister owes him salaries.
According to him, he was the driver for Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu for eight years, between 2009 and 2016 but the minister designate has refused to pay him for his work for the eight years.
He further added that, even though his agreement with the minister was for him to be paid a monthly salary of eight hundred cedis (GHC 800.00) he wasn’t paid a ‘penny’.
A portion of the alleged driver of Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu said;
“His failure to pay my salary put me in a serious financial difficulty eventually compelling me to resort to borrowing
from friends and loved ones in order to Survive.
My service finally came to an end in 2016 after I had given him two-year prior notice. The total amount as of the time my service was terminated stood at seventy-Six thousand, eight hundred Ghana Cedis (GHC 76,800.00).
Additional interest of Fifteen percent (15%) Eleven thousand five hundred and twenty Ghana cedis (11,520.00) total sum of eighty eight thousand three hundred and twenty Ghana cedis (GHC 88,320.00).”
Read his letter to the finance Ministry Below
SOURCE : Talkingdrum.com.gh