Prez. at the 11th quadrennial delegates’ congress of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) at Ejisu The country is harder, whether its Bawumia who is managing the economy or its the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta, who is Yale University trained economist and it may have been worsened by the "eating by some people in Wuhan, China," which has given the already borrowing government, the unceasing effrontery, to go on and borrow more, even though they shouted from the roof top that, borrowing was not the way to go.
The general secretary at the office of the presidency, Eugene Arhin has ordered the secretary of the Trade Union Congress Dr Yaw Baah to apologize to the first and second spouses for false publication. According to Eugene Arhin, the statement by Dr Yaw Baah is detrimental to the personality of the first and second spouses.
We will take this opportunity to clear the public misconception that CLOSSAG members have receive 15% salary increment. It is never the case, this is a premium for their members and it is ment for workers with special skills and are of high demand where staff of Local government Service enjoy anytime there is salary increment.
This brochure has been circulating online today and we have decided to check out certain things about it. According to www.blewutv.com in this ARTICLE , a plan is underway to protest against the Trade Union Cooperation and the Labour Union in Ghana. The brochure is calling on people to join hands in the campaign to protest and remove the leadership of the Trade Union Cooperation and the Labour Union.
Sammy Gyamfi Tells Government The 3 Reason Ghanaians Will Not Accept Salaries For Presidential Wives
The Political Atmosphere in Ghana is currently heating up as the day goes by and this can be pointed to the fact that several Ghanaians are against Professor Yaa Ntiamoa Baidu Emoluments Committee Report recommending for the payment of salaries to the spouses of President and Vice President. Most Ghanaians have been calling on the government to let their Spouses to refund all allowances and salaries paid them.
The organized labour of Ghana has come out to explain why it accepted the 4% and 7% increment in the basic salary of public workers for the year 2021 and 2022 respectively. This occurred when the general secretary of the TUC, Dr. Anthony Yaw Baah addressed the media in a press conference held at the GNAT hall on Monday, 26th of July, 2021.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has indicated that it will push for an appreciable pandemic-economic-compliant percentage with arrears following a press statement issued by the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations MELR).According to a blog post sighted by educanghana and signed by Adansi West District GNAT vice Chairman, Hon Prosper Maar, the National Tripartite Committee which is made up of Government, Organized Labour (TUC, GNAT, GFL, and CLOGSAG) and Ghana Employers Association (GEA) are scheduled to meet on Thursday, 22nd April 2021 in Accra to determine the 2021 National Daily Minimum Wage.
Coalition Against Leadership of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) and Organized Labour has come to the streets in Tamale to protest the four and seven percent wage increases scheduled for 2021 and 2022, respectively. As part of labor negotiations with the government earlier this year, the TUC agreed to the aforementioned base pay increments for public sector workers.
please remember to FOLLOW this page to get daily updates. On the news segment of #Breakfast daily on citi Tv, Lawyer Kwame Jantuah said president Nana Akufo Addo should have refused to accept or rejected the proposal that presidential spouse being paid emolument when it was tabled before him.
A lot of fake news regarding salary increase and salary negotiations are circulating online, beware of those fake news. If it is really true, the major news portals will publish such news first, not the one man managed blogs. So far nothing concrete has been heard from the government. The Teacher Unions are silent on salary increment, they should come out and say something, though it's all public sector workers issue. The Teacher Unions should take a stand on this issue for teachers. It is not only legacy arrears
Are GNAT executives telling teachers that they can’t do anything better for teachers except milking us from our meager salaries to enrich themselves? Come to think of it, why did they stop the building project for its members, and how many teachers benefited apart from their family and close friends or relatives. We need answers, GNAT? It was a campaign promise of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in 2016. I quote “working with identifiable groups such as the Trades Union Congress (TUC), Ghana National Association
The conveners of #FixTheCountry campaign have finalised details with the Ghana Police Service regarding the first protest march scheduled for August 4, 2021. The protest march that will first occur in Accra's principal street will begin at the Obra Spot near the Kwame Nkrumah Circle and end at the Blackstar Square, Accra.
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
Whiles Ghana is Debating, They Have Been Paid Already. TUC Orders Nana Addo To Refund The Monies NOW
Ghanaians have reacted with fury over the decision by the country’s parliament to award £2,500-a-month salaries to the wives of the president and vice-president as the country faces economic turbulence. Rebecca Akufo-Addo, 70, the first lady, and Samira Bawumia, 40, the wife of the vice-president, will get the same money as a cabinet minister for their supportive roles in government, with payments backdated four years under a move approved by a parliamentary committee.
The Trade Union Congress of Ghana had invited the President of the Republic H.E Nana Addo Danquah Akufo to grace their inauguration ceremony of their renovated edifice. As indicated earlier, the Trade Union Congress invited the President as the special guest honour to Grace their inauguration of a renovated edifice by the Government which costed about 12,000,700Cedis. The President in addressing the audience stated how he has always improvised the relationship with the Trade Union Congress (TUC). The President
Four hundred house in Kumasi could be destroyed because, it’s sitting on water way in Kumasi.some parts of Kumasi recently experiences flood anytime it rains heavily.When it’s rains it cause destruction of properties and sometimes loss of lives.The flood which happens anytime it rains is due to the poor drainage system and unplanned building on waterways.
Akufo Addo 24th Address Leader of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said his administration isn't freezing pay climbs for public area laborers for the following four years.
The National Executive Council of the Ghana Private Road Union (GPRTU) has convened this meeting to raise some concerns and happening that has bedeviled the great union and dragging long-standing reputations of the union into a ditch. Speaking at a press conference held in Accra, a member of interim management committee, Mr. Godfred Abulbire, reiterated to the fact that a court case involving the Union, and Priceline Amal Bank. The National Chairman dissolved a committee that was set up by the NEC to investigate
Trade Union Congress/GUTA leaders and the Ghana police exercise yesterday need to be looked at again. The images of some foreigners whose shops were being closed on the 13/07/20 were visualized on TV as Tiptoe lane traders shops were locked. It was reported that Abossey Okai spare parts dealers decided not to lock the foreigner's shops. Image courtesy of BBC. The question I want government and TUC to answer is simple. Why this exercise in this particular period? The life of everyone matter. Are you evicting
In a letter singed by Mr. Godfred Abulbire, the General Secretary of the GPRTU of the TUC, Ghana and Mr. Emmanuel Ohene Yeboah, who is also the General Secretary of the GRTCC (Ghana Road Transport Coordinating Council) and addressed to the Minister of Transport, Energy, Information, the NPRA, all Regional Coordinating Directors and all press houses, road transport fare will be increased effective Saturday 5th June, 2021.