- The Tarkwa branch of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust has reportedly turned away a national service personnel
- The basis for the rejection was because Mohammed showed up for work wearing a hijab
- The human resources manager reportedly asked her to choose between wearing the hijab and working for the company
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has reportedly asked a young Muslim lady known as Rabiatu Mohammed, to choose between taking up a role at the company and keeping her hijab.
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that the human resources manager at SSNIT asked Mohammed to take off her hijab when she reports for work.
The alternative, she was told, was to look elsewhere to pursue her national service.
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Mohammed, per a report by pulse.com.gh, reported to work on September 1, 2019, at SSNIT’s Tarkwa branch.
YEN.com.gh understands that a group known as Muyad Social Services, (MSS) has petitioned SSNIT over complaints from national service personnel.
MSS argued that SSNIT’s position contravenes article 21(1) (c) of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana.
They have called for a positive reaction to their petition as well as a detailed plan of measures to forestall discriminatory acts at the workplace.
In other news, Rev. Lucy Natasha, the founder and overseer of the Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International, has revealed the reason she acquired a private jet.
She explained that God’s kingdom needs money and speed in order to reach the current generation.
As a result, she went on, Jesus would have purchased a private jet if he was on earth at the moment.
Rev. Natasha, who is a Kenyan, told a local magazine that it is wrong to condemn a pastor who acquires a private jet. This, she said, would not be the case if a politician does the same.
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