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Effective Presence Pre-condition For Salary Payment – Finance Minister 

While expressing indignation at the continuous existence of ghost workers on the State payroll, he said he is aware that some teachers have abandoned their posts for Europe, yet the State continues to pay masses of personnel.
 

In this vein, officials of Ministries of Basic Education, and Secondary Education, who seemingly don’t master the statistics on teachers, were issued an ultimatum to provide statistics of all the schools and teachers as well as their time tables before March 31.
 

Essimi Menye also decried a situation whereby some teachers, who have acquired skills in information technology, demand to be transferred to the Ministry of Finance. He advised that such teachers should return to teaching or quit as the Ministry is not ready to absorb them.
With 17,892 workers on the payroll and 9,263 pensioners, he insisted on the unitary method of file treatment in preparation for the autonomous payment of salaries.
 

In the near future with the decentralisation of ministries, he said each ministry would pay its personnel. To the cumbersome procedure of getting retirement benefits, he decried excessive administrative bottlenecks, though the persons involved are informed a year to their retirement.
The constitution of the file is mired in the poor file keeping system and the Ministry of Finance is just the payer and still has to crosscheck the files, Menye argued.
 

He, however, said 50 percent of salary of retired workers would, henceforth, be paid each month as the files are being processed. While expressing indignation at the continuous existence of ghost workers on the State payroll, he said he is aware that some teachers have abandoned their posts for Europe, yet the State continues to pay masses of personnel.
 

In this vein, officials of Ministries of Basic Education, and Secondary Education, who seemingly don’t master the statistics on teachers, were issued an ultimatum to provide statistics of all the schools and teachers as well as their time tables before March 31. Essimi Menye also decried a situation whereby some teachers, who have acquired skills in information technology, demand to be transferred to the Ministry of Finance.
 

He advised that such teachers should return to teaching or quit as the Ministry is not ready to absorb them. With 17,892 workers on the payroll and 9,263 pensioners, he insisted on the unitary method of file treatment in preparation for the autonomous payment of salaries.
In the near future with the decentralisation of ministries, he said each ministry would pay its personnel.
 

To the cumbersome procedure of getting retirement benefits, he decried excessive administrative bottlenecks, though the persons involved are informed a year to their retirement.
The constitution of the file is mired in the poor file keeping system and the Ministry of Finance is just the payer and still has to crosscheck the files, Menye argued. He, however, said 50 percent of salary of retired workers would, henceforth, be paid each month as the files are being processed.

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