Members of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG) say they will lay down their tools in two weeks if the government fails to rectify issues with their pension administration.

CLOGSAG is made up of twelve (12) labour unions, making it the country’s largest workforce.

The forum is made up of teachers unions GNAT, NAGRAT and the Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana, the Ghana Medical Association and many others working in key public institutions.

According to CLOGSAG’s Executive Secretary, Dr Isaac Bampoe Addo their Tier 2 pension contributions are being held illegally in the Public Sector Workers Employee’s Pension Scheme.

The association also alleges that ¢53 million has been siphoned from their members’ tier 2 pension contributions instead of transferring it to the workers’ desired pension manager, the Hedge Pensions Master Trust.

According to them, the administration of pensions in the public services is still plaguedion the administration of public

“To correct such a discrepancy, the workers have written to the management about their preference for the Hedge Pensions Master Trust occupational pension scheme established by CLOGSAG,” he added.