Agric ministry backtracks on cutting vets' allowance

Ministry of Agriculture headquarters PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Ministry of Agriculture headquarters PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

The Ministry of Agriculture has rescinded its decision to stop commuted allowance for its Veterinary Doctors following a legal dispute.

The ministry through the Department of Veterinary Services had reportedly on August 31 decided to stop the allowance against its 21 veterinary doctors with immediate effect.

The aggrieved doctors took their matter to court urgently accusing the Director of the Veterinary Services of taking such a decision abruptly and without consultation.

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