SSNIT's 10 percent pension increase not enough
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SSNIT's 10 percent pension increase not enough


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Reacting to this development, Labour Consultant, Austin Garmey told Class News that the 10 percent increase is not enough.
"Obviously 10 percent is not enough and cannot be enough for a pensioner whose livelihood perhaps depends solely on this sort of income because you and I know that most of them or a lot of them do nothing again and that's all they live on. And so, it is certainly not enough and they could've gotten more but that is what they have in the interim," he noted.


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