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President Nana Addo Commissions Refurbished Hall For Trades Union Congress (TUC)

The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has today Tuesday, 13th October 2020 commissioned the newly refurbished Hall of Trade Unions for the Trades Union Congress (TUC).

According to the President Nana Addo, government's contribution to this refurbished project is GH¢12.7 million. This refurbished Hall is a fitting and proper tribute to the memory and work of the TUC.

Speaking at the ceremony, Nana Addo said that, "the role of Organised Labour, especially during our struggle for freedom and independence from the British colonial power, is written in letters of gold".

In the post-independent era, Organised Labour has also continued to play a very constructive part in the development of our country.

The TUC is the high decision-making body in the country which assist other union to speak and fight for better condition of workers.

The Union also ensures the social, political and economic well being and justice of the Ghanaian Labour Unions.

So as the President supports and commissions this huge Hall for the TUC, Ghanaian workers can hope for the best in terms better condition of work and service.

As the President post this images on his official Facebook page, some commended him for the love and passion he has in developing the country in all aspect. Some said that he is the best working President since Ghana's Fourth Republic.

Others also said that there is no way Ex President John Mahama can return again looking at the massive development Nana Addo has accomplish since coming into office.

Some Ghanaians also commended him for his industrialization drives towards Ghana beyond aid Agenda and others shower blessings upon him for allowing himself to be used by God to serve mother Ghana.

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