National Labour Commission Urges Mortuary Workers To Halt Intended Strike


The National Labour Commission has told the Mortuary Workers Association of Ghana (MOWAG) to back down on their intention to go on strike.

The association has accused the Ministry of Health of neglecting them on their demands for improved conditions of service and as such threatened to go on strike from Thursday, October 1, 2020.

In an interview with Citi News and monitored by ghgossip.com, the Executive Secretary of the National Labour Commission, Ofosu Asamoah noted that the  Commissi on will on Friday, October 2 meet the Mortuary Workers Association to  resolve the issue at hand.

“We’ve asked them to hold onto the strike whilst the commission hears this matter. You cannot be on strike and still be appearing before the Commission so the only way they can have the matter heard is to suspend the strike,” he said.

“There was an ongoing process to pay them, and I am sure it terminated at a point, and we did not receive notice of it,”he added.

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