Teachers’ Salary Saga Kicks Up Dust In Parliament


story geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The MPs on the Public Service and Local Government Committee, viagra 40mg who are investigating the challenge of salaries and public service payroll management were upset when Nassali said “it is difficult to know who has not been paid” hence asking her to leave Parliament.

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The Committee Chair Freedom Grace, therefore, ordered Nassali to report back to the committee with a full list of teachers who have not been paid on Thursday after declaring that the committee cannot accept her statements.

In her explanations, Nassali said unless the affected teachers complain, it’s difficult to know that there is a problem adding that after a complaint is lodged, it is forwarded to the respective Chief Administrative Officers for appropriate action.

“The payroll is currently managed by the Ministry of Public Service under the Integrated Personnel Payroll System; this is a relatively new web-based system which also has system-based challenges.”

The MPs, however, were not convinced with her explanation who accused her of hiding information from them ordering her to contact CAOs in all districts to gather enough convincing information on teachers who have not received their salaries and those whose names were deleted from the payroll.


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