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PRESS RELEASE: With Regards To The Financial Clearance Granted To Diploma And Degree Nurses Dated October 7, 2021

Following the financial clearance to recruit Diploma Nurses and Midwives released by the Ministry of Finance. The Health Minister, Hon. Kwaku Agyemang-Manu thereby granted finance clearance to enable the Ministry recruit 11,226 Degree and Diploma Nurses who have completed the one-year mandatory rotation and are due for permanent employment.

The Registered Nurse Assistants (RNAP and RNAC) has reacted with a press release as to why the Ministry has neglected them in the recruit.

According to National President of RNAP/RNAC, Mr Eric Akwasi Kwakye, as agitation started, all attempt made in reaching Director HR, Dr Asabire and the National President of Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Assoicantion (GRNMA), Madam Perpetual Ofori prove futile.


Read the full statement below:

Press Release
cc:To all Media Houses

With regards to the financial clearance granted to Diploma and Degree Nurses dated 7/10/2021


The leadership of RNAP and RNAC wish to express our heartfelt displeasure and disappointment over this.

As leadership we can't fathom why  leadership of all cadre of nurses who completed 2019 in a meeting organized by MOH on 29th September, 2021 with MoH Director HR where it was indicated emphatically that financial clearance have been granted to all 2019 nurses, surprisingly, only for us RNAC and RNAP to be segregated and sideline without any reason indicated officially.

Sincerely, the entire RNAP and RNAC practitioners 2019 feel neglected and being discriminated with this development after being unemployed for close to 2-years. Indeed we are unhappy.

Respectfully, we wish to plead and to call on the MOH, MOF and GRNMA to address this concern for us .

Eric Akwasi Kwakye
RNAP and RNAC National President
2019
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