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Coalition of Hygiene Students demands two-year allowance

Coalition of Hygiene Students demands two-year allowance

A student group calling itself the ‘Coalition of the School of Hygiene Students’ across the country is demanding their allowances owed to them for months.

According to them, the move was necessary after the government failed to pay their two-year arrears.

In a press release signed by Mr. Emmanuel Awuku, General Secretary of the Coalition of Hygiene Students, it stated that the government had failed to fulfill the promises to pay their allowances.


“Unfulfilled promises have been received week after week both from the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources and stakeholders since news got out on the clearance from June 7, 2023,” it stated.

The release further said it was necessary for the student body to create public awareness about some hostile conditions, coupled with unprecedented financial obligations across the various campuses, which compelled them for the release.

They explained that they had no grudge against any public office involved in the delayed bureaucratic process.

“We are ever ready to calm down the rising nerves.”

They pledged to continue working together as trainees under the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources and the Ministry of Health towards the fulfillment of Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG6).

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