The president of the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA), Philip Quaye has been suspended over allegations of malfeasance and misconduct towards council members.
Meanwhile, the National Service Secretariat has reconsidered its decision to make compulsory deductions from service personnel’s allowances as insurance.
In a press statement signed by the Executive Director, Mustapha Ussif, the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA) said the “insurance policy is now optional.”
The latest decision was taken at an Emergency Executive Council Meeting of the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA) in Accra on Wednesday.
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There were earlier threats to sue the National Service Secretariat over the move.
Convener for a group calling itself the Concerned National Service Personnel Association of Ghana, Agbodo Williams had indicated that they had gathered enough signatures from personnel all over to begin a legal challenge against the move.
But the recent statement said that the management of the scheme has now suspended the mandatory GH¢15 deduction from the monthly allowance of service personnel.