The Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana, (CLOGSAG) has re-affirmed its decision not to end its strike until government addresses their grievances.
CLOGSAG is protesting against what they say is the failure on the part of government to pay their top-up allowances following their migration onto the Single Spine Salary Structure (SSSS).
On Wednesday, the Ashanti Regional branch CLOGSAG, gave a directive restraining its members across the country from working.
In an interview with Citi News
, the Greater Accra Regional Secretary of CLOGSAG, Samuel Kolison stated “we have realized that they are dragging their feet just to buy time. So if they are the employers and they choose not to sit down again with us, then it means that earlier on they were just trying to buy time just to dilly dally with us.”
Mr. Kolison insisted that he and his colleagues will not call off the strike until their demands are met.