Zoomlion Staff

For sweeping the streets and markets and cleaning clogged drains, the state allocates 7,200 Cedis to each of them for the year.

Out of this, each one receives 2,160 Cedis for the ENTIRE YEAR

Zoomlion, which supervises them, receives 5,040 Cedis per person in the year.

So, Zoomlion makes 226.8 MILLION CEDIS from this deal in a year.

But the poor people in whose name the Youth Employment Programme was created take home 180 Cedis a month and 2,160 Cedis a year. They work at least 6 days a week.

Ladies and Gentlemen, help me appeal to Akufo-Addo’s conscience. Help me to remind him that this arrangement, which he and the NPP described in November 2016 as fraudulent, should not be allowed to continue in these hard times.

Sweeping the streets for six days a week and being paid $12 a month is slavery. And the state should not be involved in this.

Source: Manasseh Azure Awuni

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