Judicial Service staff warns govt to pay arrears

According to the Association in the Ashanti region, all efforts to get the payment of all other outstanding allowances have proved futile.

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The leadership of the Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has announced plans of withdrawing their services if government does not pay allowances owed them.

JUSAG in a letter on September 11, 2015, reminded the leadership of JUSAG over allowances after a series of consultations with Management and a subsequent meeting with the Judicial Council.

The members of the Association are demanding first to third quarter overtime allowance, third quarter allowance, rent and leave allowance.

The Association has also threatened to advice themselves if nothing is heard with respect to the payment.

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