Organised Labour meets over possible strikes and protests

Organised Labour meets over possible strikes and protests

Organized Labour is in a crunch meeting to decide on government's decision not to withdraw the Energy Sector Levy - a meeting whose output is expected to result in massive industrial strikes and national demonstrations.

Executive board member of the Ghana Federation of Labor (GFL), Albert Yamoah has revealed that the meeting remains very crucial especially as both government and Organised Labor remain on their entrenched positions.

Earlier protests by Organised Labour is documented to have hugely been successful as attendance across the country was mammoth. In Accra the police estimated that about 5000 people were present. In the Western region, Takoardi specifically the demo ended peaceful an attendance was equally good. The Volta region was not left out of the event.

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