Authorities of Margibi County have begun distributing what they termed motivational benefits to health workers at C.H. Rennie, government’s only referral hospital in Kakata City.
Addressing several government and volunteer health workers, Margibi Supt. John Zubah Buway said the county administration, including the Legislative Caucus thought it prudent to allocate some money from the county development funds to give to health workers as an encouragement package.
According to Supt. Buway, not all health workers in the county would benefit from the health workers’ motivational package due to what he described as some financial disparity.
“We are starting with workers at our government hospital (C.H. Rennie) and this exercise will continue until the government can start paying you people salary and other benefits,” Supt. Buway promised.