A former driver of Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu has petitioned Parliament’s vetting committee over his unpaid salaries.
According to the alleged driver, he has worked for the Minister for the eight (8) years and the minister has not paid him any salary for the period.
In his petition, the driver said he had an agreement with Mr. Agyemang Manu to be paid a monthly salary of eight hundred
cedis (GHC 800.00) but the MP failed to fulfill his end of the agreement.
The letter from the man said ;
“FAILURE OF HON, KWAKU AGYEMAN MANU [MP DORMAA CENTRAL] TO PAY MY SALARY AND SSNIT.
I write to petition your good office to assist me get my outstanding salary balance from the Hon. Minister of Health who doubles as the Member of Parliament for Dormaa Central Constituency.
Between 2009 and 2016, I was his personal driver. For the 8 years that I worked for him as his driver, He never paid me even though per our agreement, he was to pay me a monthly salary of GHC 800.00.
His failure to pay my salary put me in a serious financial difficulty eventually compelling me to resort to borrowing from friends and loved ones in order to Survive.
My service finally came to an end in 2016 after I had given him two-year prior notice.
The total amount as of the time my service was terminated stood at seventy-Six thousand, eight hundred Ghana Cedis
Additional interest of Fifteen percent (15%) Eleven thousand five hundred and twenty Ghana cedis (11,520.00) total sum of eighty eight thousand three hundred and twenty Ghana cedis (GHC 88,320.00).”
Read the letter from the alleged former driver of Mr. Kwaku Agyemang Manu.
SOURCE : Coverghana.com.gh