Newly Trained Teachers have been paid their salary arrears including their May salaries after continuous agitations amidst the COVID-19 unfortunate break.
The newly trained teachers complained of been neglected at the time they were ready for biometric registration, of which the outbreak of the pandemic affected negatively.
In May 2020, the Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD) rescheduled for their biometric registration to be able to pay them their salaries in May 2020.
The Salary payment voucher for May 2020 has been issued for validation after it has delayed.
confirmation from validators indicated a positive response from CAGD in the pocket of the newly trained teachers, as they were paid their outstanding salaries.
The May 2020 salary payment voucher delayed hence a delay in the validation of employees for payment.
There were media reports which suggest that CAGD was encountering some technical challenges.
he Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD) has debunked rumours that it has encountered a technical challenge for the month of May as it tries to make ESPV validation for government workers on the payroll ready for salaries to be paid.
In a statement issued by the CAGD, the viral publication is null and void adding that all public workers should disregard the earlier information in the various news portals.
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