Members of the civil and local government staff association of Ghana (CLOSSAG) has begun a nationwide strike action over unpaid allowances. The strike action which involves over fifty thousand members of the association will disrupt working activities at various ministries and local assemblies. Here is how the strike would affect you.
1. Be prepared to get no service at the various ministries
Most members of CLOSSAG are all workers at the various ministries in the country. What this means is that a nationwide strike has the potential of putting on hold all office work at the various ministries.
2. No progress to be in the ministry
Our various ministries are said to be the vehicles of growth in government. This nationwide strike has the potential of grinding all ministerial duties to a halt.
3. District offices to close down
Is there a particular project you wish to follow up on in your respective district office? Be rest assured that you would have to wait for quite awhile before following up on their concerns
4. Financial loss!
Just like any other national strike, this strike by CLOSSAG is bound to have a negative toll on the Ghanaian economy. This means that in as much as productivity gets affected, the macroeconomic outlook of Ghana also stands to lose the most.