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CONTROLLER SUSPENDS PAYMENT OF SEVERAL PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS

Some public sector employees have had their September 2022 paychecks withheld by the Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD).

The CAGD said in a statement that this decision was made because the payroll system did not match the identities of the impacted government employees’ banks.

It also affects employees whose bank account details are incorrect.

The CAGD released a statement on October 3 explaining the decision to postpone salary payments until “quality assurance and other validation procedures” continue.

Employees whose bank names do not match those on file were told to bring official documentation verifying their presence at the post and visit the payroll coordination section of CAGD in Block A, Room 32.

An appointment letter, current posting letter, National ID card, last three months’ worth of pay stubs, and a voided check booklet are all necessary items.

If an employee’s bank account number is incorrect, they must notify their payroll processing systems (PPSs).

Some of the affected persons are public sector workers per some media reportage include:

Ministry of Education (MoE)

Ghana Education Service (GES)

Ministry of Health (MoH)

Ghana Fire Service (GFS)

Ministry of Interior

Ministry of Roads and Highways

Office of Government Machinery

Local Government Service

Ministry of Food and Agriculture

National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE)

Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation

Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing

Ministry of Communications

Ministry of Chieftaincy and Traditional Affairs

Ministry of Transport

Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations

Ministry of Trade and Industry

Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development

Ministry of Energy and Petroleum among others.

 

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