NIS targeting 15 million backlogged records -Luncheon

The National Insurance Scheme (NIS) will have up until the end of 2014 to verify and enter a whopping 15 million backlogged records into its system, Chairman of the NIS Board Dr Roger Luncheon said earlier this week.

Luncheon, who is Head of the Presidential Secretariat, told his weekly post-Cabinet press briefing that the task is long overdue and that with the contributions of both permanent and contracted staff it will be completed by the end of the year.

Luncheon revealed that Cabinet was concerned that the backlog was too large and the administration is committed to providing assistance,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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