A seven-hour strike by workers of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) Saturday led to grounding of domestic airlines.
The action of the GCAA workers led to hundreds of passengers stranded at the domestic terminal of the Kotoka International Airport.
“Nobody is ready to talk or explain what is happening to us,” Nora Boye, a passenger told Starrfmonline.com.
“I have no option than to cancel my intended meeting and go home,” another passenger said.
READ ALSO: Ex president Kufuor decries collapse of NHIS
The workers were protesting over their stolen lands meant to install vital communication devices to ensure air safety.
But president of the Air Traffic Electronics Safety Engineers Association, Samuel Tandoh said they are unsatisfied with the decisions arrived at after a meeting with stakeholders on the matter.
Meanwhile, an intervention by chief of staff, Julius Debrah ensured that the workers returned to worker later Saturday afternoon.