Thousands of public workers who comprise the Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG) will today withdraw their services indefinitely.

The Association is protesting poor conditions of service; insisting that “they deserve better condition of service now.”

According to CLOGSAG, members will resume work only if the government meets its demand.

At a news conference in Cape Coast on Wednesday, the Central Regional Secretary of the Association, Alhaji Apam Nuhu urged members to be resolute until their demands are met.

“The Association do hereby declare our absolute and unbendable willingness to embark on the nationwide strike action beginning Thursday, January 20, 2022,” he said.

In December last year, the Association threatened to embark on industrial strike action. It noted that the conditions of its members have been overlooked while other services had an enhanced salary structure.

According to the CLOGSAG, a year after its proposed salary structure was sent to the Ministry of Finance to deal with it, the Ministry is yet to respond despite persistent reminders.

The Association noted that it feels sidelined, therefore, the need to withdraw their services.  



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