The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has urged President Akufo-Addo to solve the pressing issues confronting Ghanaian workers.
‘Workers are the motors of societies,’ according to the NDC, emphasizing the importance of government swiftly resolving problems they face.
The NDC’s National Chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, issued a statement praising the accomplishments of workers in the country and urging them to continue serving the country.
The party reaffirmed its promise to improving the lives of Ghanaians if it wins the general elections in 2024.
“As we join all workers in commemorating this auspicious day, we want to assure them that, following the NDC’s accession to power in January 2025, the pains and sorrows of Ghana’s workers would have our undivided attention and concentration.”
We know that if workers are happy and satisfied, the country’s output will skyrocket, benefiting all of our inhabitants.
We honor our workers for their unwavering passion for Ghana as we honor them for their commitment and dedication to duty. “Workers in Ghana, AYEKOO,” the statement said.
Meanwhile, former President John Dramani Mahama has joined May Day celebrants to honor Ghana’s labor force’s commitment to the country’s progress.
On his Facebook page, the former President referred to Ghana’s labor force as “the engine that drives and keeps the country afloat.”
“It is you who come to the people’s rescue in times of great economic suffering and despondency, providing the vital motivation and industry to set the state back on the path of recovery,” he remarked.
He expressed hope that “your unconquerable spirit of resilience and service will raise us out of our current melancholy” as the country goes through a difficult economic period.
“And this is why you will always be our heroes and heroines,” he said.