JUSAG on indefinite strike over salary review
The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has declared an indefinite strike to draw the government’s attention to review salaries of its members.
A statement issued by JUSAG on Wednesday (24 May) berated the government for not paying attention to the conditions of service of staff of the judiciary.
“We have suffered enough,” the president of JUSAG, Samuel Afotey Otu, said. “We can no longer bear it. An empty sack cannot stand upright.”
“The national executive council of JUSAG, upon consultations with the Judicial Service Ladies Association of Ghana, Senior Staff Association (SSAJUG), Driver Association, Finance Staff Association, and all stakeholders who matter, hereby declared an indefinite strike.”