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Aggrieved Public Sector Workers to stage demo in Accra today

Aggrieved Public Sector Workers to stage demo in Accra today

Africa News, Ghana News
A group calling itself the ‘Aggrieved Public Sector Workers’ will stage a demonstration in Accra today, Wednesday, August 18, 2021. The group is embarking on the protest against the 4% salary increment the government has proposed for public sector workers, as well as what it calls poor working conditions and general high cost of living. The group wants public sector salaries to be increased by 25% instead. The Ghana Police Service has given assurances that it will provide security during the protest. According to the Service, adequate security measures have been put in place to ensure an incident-free demonstration. The protest is expected to begin from the Obra Spot through Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, Cedi House, and end at the Independence Square. In a press statement signed by th...
‘We’ve not frozen salary increments for public sector workers’ – Akufo-Addo

‘We’ve not frozen salary increments for public sector workers’ – Akufo-Addo

Ghana News, Headlines Today
President Akufo-Addo says, although government is adopting strict measures to revive the Ghanaian economy, the salaries of public sector workers will not stay the same for the next four years. His comment is in response to concerns raised by public sector workers about the delay in reviewing their salaries upward amid increased and newly introduced taxes. Speaking at the 11th Quadrennial Delegates Congress of the Trades Union Congress in Kumasi, President Akufo-Addo assured that “salary increments for public sector works have not been frozen for the next four years”. “The truth of the matter is that, we are not in normal times, and we are appealing to all Ghanaians including organised labour to assist the government in this endeavour to help rebuild our public finances and econom...

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