Per their concerns captured on their Platforms on WhatsApp, Facebook and Telegram, the personnel indicated that if the management of the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) led by Lawyer Justin Kodua Frimpong refuses to pay their money within this month as promised, they’ll wage a media war to fight for their demands.
They claimed only 10% of the beneficiaries have been paid despite the incessant calls on them to release their monies.
The leadership of the group said per their appointment letter, the management told them they will be paid GH¢350.00 and GH¢5 will be deducted as Insurance Premium against Personal accident, injury, and risk associated with their engagement as well as GH¢45.00 as their beneficiary Exit Fund at the end of their Engagement.
They insist YEA owed most of the beneficiaries arrears of their allowances for some months, pleading with the President to come into their aid by paying them.
Source: Kasapa FM