JUST IN: Teacher Trainees to receive May,June Allowances in June – SLTF

Teacher Trainees at the Public Colleges of Education shall receive two months allowances at the end of June 2019.

The Student Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) has assured the leadership of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana(TTAG)

that trainees shall be paid their allowances with a month’s arrears in June.

The leadrship of TTAG indicated in a statement on May 8, that SLTF has ssured them of the payment.

The statement indicated,that SLTF said its outfit did not receive any money for payment of alloweances in May 2019.

This response from the SLTF was an indication ,

that the Ministry of Finance could not issue any money to the SLTF to enable the Fund managers to effect any payment of allownaces.

This,according to the SLTF was the reason trainees were not paid allowances for the month of May.

Meanwhile,the SLTF was quoted to have assured the trainees.that they were  looking forward to

receiving funds from government to effect payment anytime soon.

The SLTF therefore ,assured the trainees,that their alloances

for June 2019 shall be paid with an arrears from May,2019.

Source: EducationGhana.net

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