_To: All Media Houses Nationwide_
We, the beneficiaries of the *YEA/FC’s Youth In Afforestation Programme*, are herewith registering our displeasure under no uncertain terms, regarding the inconsistencies, which we do not want to believe to be lies in disguise, in the supposed date for the commencement of the payment of our long overdue allowances, to the *Offices of the Forestry Commission and the Youth Employment Agency, and all major stakeholders, especially The President of the Land, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo, The Chief of Staff, Mrs. Akosua Frema Opare and The Finance Minister, Honourable Ken Ofori Atta, to the above mentioned programme, for the period of August-December, 2018.*
*We are hereby entreating our benefactors to make good their words of settling all our accrued allowances starting on Friday, 14th December, 2018 and ending before or on Friday, 21st December, 2018.*
We are going by their various submissions on various media platforms right after the unfair treatment meted to our colleagues in the Ashanti Region, on the 4th of December, 2018, who went to humbly seek for answers concerning the delays in their legitimate claim of hard earned allowances. Even though we have been exercising high levels of emotional restraints in the face of this atrocious and inhuman treatment given us.
We, the leadership of The Aggrieved YEA/FC beneficiaries, have over the past five(5) months done our best to keep our hunger and anger stricken colleagues from resorting to unpleasant means of demanding for our unpaid allowances. With this missive, we would want to inform our benefactors and other stakeholders that, we would not be able to hold the forth beyond close of working hours on Tuesday, 18th December, 2018. Simply because, ” A hungry man is an angry man”. And also because, “When emotions are bottled up for a long period of time, they explode without restriction”.
We hope that those directly in charge of righting this wrong done us, take a cue and right all wrongs.
God bless our homeland Ghana and make us great and strong.
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