National Service Scheme Finance Ministry increases NSS allowance from GH¢350 to GH¢559

The increment of the service personnel will from January 2017 take effect.

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Government has approved an increase in the allowances of national service personnel from GH¢350 to GH¢559.

The increment of the service personnel will from January 2017 take effect.

Read more: Deadline for NSS registrants will not be extended - NSS

A letter signed by the Chief Director of the Ministry, Mr Patrick Nomo dated December 14, 2016 said, "Approval is hereby given for the National Service personnel allowance to be adjusted as follows: Current rate - GH¢350 Approved rate - GH¢549.04."

More here: National Service first batch of extension postings released

Below is the letter from the Finance Ministry:

 

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