We all know that December is one month that one can not afford to go without being paid. There are so many things that are being done during this time that requires money. And when you are working, you always make a budget on your salary.
So if one does not get paid or does not get paid in full, that can turn into a disaster.
It has now emerged that 9 players from Swallows were not paid during December. It is believed that they were only paid half their salaries. A source has been able to confirm this. This has been very frustrating for the players as we all know that to have a peaceful December without stress, you will need to have money. Money is not everything but is crucial.
However, the club seems to be refuting this claim even though some players have been able to confirm this, and it is also believed that there are other issues behind the scene that Swallows is facing.
This is a clear indication that one should have savings for rainy days because even if you are employed, there are high chances that you might not get your salary at the end of the month. This is just how uncertain life can be. You can never be too sure about anything.
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