Soldiers To Get Reduced Salaries In June

Members of the military will receive reduced salaries this month (June) because a back pay that had been spread for four months – February to May – has been paid up.

In a memorandum dated 28 May 2020, Lieutenant J.V. Nsimba said the cessation of the back pay will result in reduced net salaries for members of the military. The memo shared by journalist Hopewell Chin’ono reads in part:

Be advised that salary back pay which was spread over four (4) months from February to May 2020 is now paid up.

Expect a reduction in net salaries with effect from June 2020 because of the cessation of the back pay.


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One Comment on “Soldiers To Get Reduced Salaries In June

  1. you guys are saying the lowest paid government worker is being paid 3000 , but its not true when we arehaving student teachers with EC numbers being paid $150 RTGS.

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