The Mortuary Workers Association of Ghana (MOWAG) will leave on an uncertain strike from Thursday, October 1, over what they depict as uncertain complaints.
The Association’s General Secretary, Richard Kofi Jordan in a marked articulation on Sunday said individuals from MOWAG have needed to work in deplorable conditions including continually breathing in perilous and malignant growth causing synthetic, formaldehyde.
This, he stated, MOWAG has drawn in its boss, Health Ministry yet little has been done to determine the ‘long-standing’ issue.
He uncovered that, in past commitment with the MoH, vows were made to execute certain straightforward changes in the working states of the individuals from MOWAG, yet they have not seen anything to date.
This, he said this circumstance “focuses to the incredible chance that the legislature doesn’t plan to meet and resolve the MOWAG’s crying and perilous issues and complaints.”
“Having gotten worn out on its inactions and staying alert that the administration seems, by all accounts, to be not even close to investigating the complaints of the MOWAG, in accordance with settling same issues, the MOWAG, under article 159 of the Labor Law (Act 651) has now started this modern strike activity till its requests are met.”
Individuals from MOWAG additionally featured somewhere in the range of six issues they needs tended to previously, the mechanical activity is canceled including;