"We're Suffering, Pay Us Our Monies"- Allied Health Interns

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Information reaching bestghanaweb indicates that 2020/2021 Allied Health Interns who started their service in October, 2020 have not yet been paid their allowances.

For those who might not know allied health students, Allied Health Interns are students who graduated from Public colleges of Health such as Kintampo health training college, School of Hygiene, Tamale and Yamfo College of Health.

"We're Suffering, Pay Us Our Monies"- Allied Health Interns

The aggrieved interns have alleged that most of them haven't even received their verifiable pin called staff ID to register for their biometrics.

Some have also claimed that the staffs at the Ministry have demanded money from them before their documents would be processed.

According to one intern I have personally contacted, all the allegations laid by his colleagues are true, and that they have got no one to stand up for them.

"I have personally followed up to Accra to make inquiries about my staff ID and the way forward, but to my surprise my documents were not even at Accra. I was therefore asked to go back to my Human Resource Officer to find out the whereabouts of my IPPD forms" says one of them.

These interns, through this platform are calling on the the President, the Ministry of Health, and all stakeholders involve to come to their aid.

According to them, they have suffered enough with some even having taken MTN quick loan to cater for their needs.

But the real question is, who is stepping up to fight for these neglected interns? Don't they have leaders in their organization?

I entreat readers to share this article until it gets to the last staff at the Ministry.

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