Mobile Service Week Launched By SSNIT In Tamale

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The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has dispatched its Mobile Service Week at the forecourt of the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly in the Northern Region.

The SSNIT Mobile Service is a yearly occasion where SSNIT officials move from their normal office setting to set up a campsite at vantage areas the nation over to carry its administrations nearer to their Members and Clients.

The Mobile Service Week manages the cost of partners who might be too occupied to even consider visiting the branches or make sure to utilize the Trust’s online stages the chance to execute business with the Trust whenever the timing is ideal.

The activity is relied upon to end on Friday, third September, 2021. This year, the week is being seen under the subject “Retirement Security for the Self – Employed: Join SSNIT Today as a Voluntary Contributor”.

Talking during the dispatch, the Director-General of SSNIT, Dr. John Ofori-Tenkorang, in his feature address, demonstrated that the current year’s occasion centers around empowering independently employed people to join the SSNIT Pension Scheme so they could resign and get annuity during their advanced age.

He clarified that the subject was picked to draw the consideration of partners, particularly laborers in the casual area, to the advantages of the SSNIT Pension Scheme and the requirement for them to join.

“The SSNIT Scheme is the solitary insurance plot in Ghana that pays individuals forever. Each specialist, independent of the area or the idea of their work, merits this sort of inclusion and significant serenity”.

“That is the reason we are out of our workplaces this week, empowering laborers, particularly the independently employed, to join the SSNIT Scheme as intentional givers,” he added.

He showed that despite the discourse about apparent low annuities, no retired person has undermined the importance or advantages of SSNIT benefits in their lives, demanding that “with the SSNIT Scheme, what you put in figures out what you get”.