The Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG) has given notice of a nationwide strike that will begin on April 21 over the non-implementation of the Neutrality Allowance, according to the CLOGSAG.
Despite official reminders and follow-ups to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, the Neutrality Allowance has not been paid as planned, according to the group.
CLOGSAG’s Executive Secretary, Isaac Bampoe Addo, issued a statement notifying its members across the country of the impending strike on April 21, 2022.
“As a result, notice has been served on the National Labor Commission, the Civil Service Council, and the Local Government Service Council, with copies to the Honorable Senior Presidential Advisor, the Honorable Minister for National Security, and the Honorable Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, that the Association will go on strike on April 21, 2022.”
“By this letter, regional secretariats are enjoined to bring this to the attention of all Association members.”