FWSC sit-down strike: Nat’l Security enters fray

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Officials believed to be personnel from the office of National Security, on Friday, 12 October went to the premises of the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) in an attempt to interrogate the leaders of the workers over their ongoing sit-down strike…

Officials believed to be personnel from the office of National Security, on Friday, 12 October went to the premises of the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) in an attempt to interrogate the leaders of the workers over their ongoing sit-down strike.

In its third day so far, the strike aimed at piling pressure on the authorities to migrate staff of the FWSC onto government’s single spine salary structure.

Speaking to the media in an interview, spokesperson for the workers, Emmanuel Nutsugah said they are not intimidated by their interaction with the security personnel.
According to him, they are bent on getting their concerns addressed.

“The security officials that have moved in so far want to get a better understanding of the issues, so, we’ve explained to them exactly what is going on. They’ve been very friendly towards us, so, we are not perturbed with the fact that security persons are around,” Mr Nutsugah stated.

He added that he believes the involvement of the security personnel “will go a long way to speedily resolve our concerns”.

 

source: dinpafm.com

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